List of Jobs / Employment / Careers - Search Resources and Websites

Updated for 2017


Resource Description
Indeed All jobs. Aggregator.
WorkZoo All jobs. Aggregator.
GovernmentJobs Appears to have them all.

Resource Description
neuvoo An international job aggregator.

Resource Description
jobbankinfo State job banks.
GetTheJob Company websites only.
job-hunt Employment advice. Portal.
snagajob Hourly employment.
HotJobs All jobs.
CareerBuilder All jobs.
CareerPath All jobs. Newspaper classifieds.
USAjobs.com Federal site for Federal jobs.
D.I.C.E. Tech jobs, mostly agencies.
CareerMosaic Mostly company direct.
MysteryShop Possible assignments, more.
JobHuntersBible Advice and links.
RileyGuide Advice and links.
JobSmart Salary info, advice, links.
CareerBabe.com Advice, links, work-after-50.
AvueCentral Federal jobs. A difficult site.
BestJobsUSA All jobs. A limited site.
CareerCenter All jobs. A limited site.
Jobs All jobs. A limited site.
Monster This site has become obstructive and buries you in ads.
JobFairy Tech job network site, more.
Salary Various job/career info.
WorkPlaceFairness Workplace info.
CareerJournal Executive career site.
U.P. United Professionals.

Resource Description
elance Freelance.
guru Freelance.
hotgigs Freelance.
getacoder Freelance.
contractedwork Freelance.
rentacoder Freelance.
freelancedesigners Freelance.
directfreelance Freelance.
project4hire Freelance.

And a Little Humor, Things Not to Do at Work...

  • Hug your coworkers at every opportunity. Share all sex related jokes with them. Bring up religion and politics as often as possible.
  • Be seen having lunch with the malcontents, trouble makers, and other toxic personalities at every opportunity.
  • Always let your boss know what he or she is doing wrong. Especially point out any character flaws they may have. How else will they know how to improve themselves?
  • Keep your desk a total shambles.
  • Gossiping is good. It gives you credibility.
  • Going to a job interview? Be sure to smoke lots of cigarettes on the drive there. The interviewer will hire you on the spot when he smells the aroma.

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