General Job Sites for Job-Seekers, A-C

There are thousands of general job sites on the Web. We list and describe many of them here, A-C

General Job Web Sites for Job-Seekers



    Aquent — a place for creative and technical professionals can find contract, project-based, and permanent work. Each job-seeker is assigned a “talent agent” who helps in your career management and client choices. You can search for jobs, sign up for an email job-alert program and submit your resume/application. Free to job-seekers. — a job-matching service that looks at your past experiences, skills, and even personality traits (using your Myers-Briggs type) to suggest better matching jobs. Each job you see on the site lets you know how well your personality and experience would fit. No cost to job-seekers. — if you are between 16-27, then the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, and Coast Guard have job and career oppotuntities for you — and this site provides a convenient one-stop resource for finding opportunities in all the branches of the U.S. armed forces. Free to job-seekers.

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    Best Jobs in the USA Today — a comprehensive job resource site that includes jobs databases, corporate profiles, resume posting, and a career resources store. — where bilingual job-seekers (English and at least one other language) can search job listings (by language, location, industry, keywords), post your resume, and find job interviewing and resume preparation advice. Free to job-seekers.

    Bilingual Jobs: The First Name in Bilingual Careers — a great resource for job-seekers with advanced language skills, especially Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, French and German. Free to job-seekers.

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    CareerBuilder — claims to have the largest assortment of job listings on the Net — a combination of help wanted ads of the nation’s leading newspapers and job listings from the Web sites of leading employers. The site also includes many other resources. Free to job-seekers.

    Careercast — a cool job portal offering job-seekers opportunities from all U.S. and Canadian newspaper, magazine, niche and TV station Websites powered by Adicio Inc., a developer of Web-based classified advertising solutions. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, category, location), post a resume, find job news, more. No cost to job-seekers. — lots of job opportunities, searchable by company, location, and discipline. Also lists jobs for new college graduates.

    Career Consulting Center — offers a collection of career-related resources, including career assessment tests, career books, and career coaching.

    Careerleaf — a job-search tool for job-seekers that includes some interesting features, such as a virtual assistant to help manage and apply to job listings, access to virtual communities and niche job boards, and ability to create recruiter-friendly profile. No cost to job-seekers.

    CAREERXCHANGE — a technical career site providing employment and resume information services to job-seekers, employers, and recruitment firms. Job-seekers can post your resumes, sign-up for a job matching service, and view current company job listings.

    Career Exposure — a collection of more than 80 career categories where job-seekers can view job postings directly from the site’s client company’s Human Resources Web pages. Also includes information on job search techniques and career advancement.

    CareerLab — includes valuable information for job-seekers, including career testing and assessment and an online bookstore.

    CareerMachine — an excellent and practical internet-based recruitment service with employers throughout Canada, the United States, and Australia. Job-seekers can post their resumes and matching job positions will be emailed to the job-seeker. All services are free.

    CareerPark — browse job posting by job category or by employer. Job-seekers can also post your resume and find a great collection of the best career resource sites. Free to job-seekers. — where job-seekers can search job listings (by job type, industry, location or keywords), post your resume, register for email job alerts, and keep track of your job-search in your personal control panel. No cost to job-seekers. — jobs for college students, grads and recent graduates. Entry level work and career opportunities. Part-time and full-time. A great resource for job-seekers. No costs to job-seekers.

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