Search for jobs at an online job center such as JobCenter.USA.gov by entering the type of job you're seeking and your location into a search engine. For a more comprehensive job search, use the website resources to explore career options, create a job search plan, write a resume and network.Continue Reading
Although the simplest way to begin a job search is to type your job preferences and location into a search engine, the most efficient way is to do some research first. Use the job center's database to find out what companies are hiring, what type of businesses are growing in the current market, and how your skills and education are applicable. Use job center resources to create a resume and upload it to job banks and potential employers' websites. Use job center articles and guides to learn how to network with acquaintances, business contacts, former teachers and members of the community.
Job centers often have multiple links to job banks where you can search for jobs. Peruse large comprehensive job banks as well as smaller more specialized ones. When you find openings, study the job requirements and the salary, and if you think it is a good fit for you, fill out an application and attach your resume. Avoid websites that require you to pay or give your personal or financial information in exchange for the opportunity to search for jobs.Learn more about Job Search