Career Builder – An online job board and classified ads for 140 local & national newspapers
Craigslist – Listing of job postings throughout NY and nationwide
Indeed – The #1 job site worldwide
Monster- One of the most visited employment websites in the United States and one of the largest in the world
Simply Hired – US and international jobs from job boards, employer sites and the web
USAJobs - The Federal government's official job list. Shown are employment search, information center, veteran information and forms.
USPS – United States Postal Service
New York State Job Bank - Job listings, veterans resources, job fairs and recruitment
Jobs Express: Job Openings in New York State - current job openings in New York State's 10 regional economies
Westchester Putnam One Stop - An initiative between Westchester and Putnam Counties in cooperation with the Westchester Putnam Workforce Investment Board and its partners including the New York State Department of Labor.
AHA Career Center – American Hospital Association healthcare career advice and job postings
Accounting Jobs Today – career resources for accountants and financial professionals
Dice – job postings in the technology (IT) industry
eFinancial Careers – jobs in banking, accounting, and securities industries
Inside Higher Ed – jobs and career advice for higher education professionals
Engineering – Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Trade employment site
Military Careers – information on jobs in the military
Senior Job Bank – committed to connecting employers to the over-50 workforce
Idealist - jobs in government, nonprofit, consulting, recruiting firms for nonprofit, social enterprise, internships and volunteer positions
Reserve Inc - a nonprofit that matches professionals age 55+ with organizations that need their expertise on a part-time basis for a modest hourly stipend; operates in Westchester County, New York and several other cities.
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook - A comprehensive guide to career information about hundreds of occupations, employment estimates and growth, salaries, education, training, and licensing.
O*net Online - Detailed descriptions of careers for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers. Data includes job skills and abilities, work environments, salary ranges and more. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, and developed by the National Center for O*NET Development.
Career Journal From the Wall Street Journal - Offers tips from the Wall Street Journal’s reporters and columnists on interviewing, changing careers, networking and negotiation; articles and resources on hiring activity, salaries, and other trends nationwide.
QuintCareers.com – Providing career development and job-hunting advice since 1996 through articles, tools, tips, samples, and tutorials, access to hundreds of major job boards, guidance for researching companies, and strategies for changing careers.
Glassdoor.com - An inside look at jobs and companies; anonymous reviews and salary data from employees and companies.
Vault.com - Resources, advice, and jobs for professionals and college students, grads and recent graduates in the areas of Investment and Finance, Law, Healthcare, Consulting, Internet, Consumer Products and Retail, Media Marketing, Technology and Science.
JobHuntersBible .com– The official website of Dick Bolles, author of “What Color is Your Parachute: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters & Career Changers”. The website is designed to be a compliment and supplement to the book. The book is revised and updates each year.
Irelaunch.com - Career reentry resource for employers, universities and individuals. A strong advocate for the unique value that returning professionals bring to the workforce, and for the employers that hire them.
LinkedIn.com -LinkedIn is an interconnected network of experienced professionals from around the world, representing 170 industries and 200 countries. You can find, be introduced to, and collaborate with qualified professionals that you need to work with to accomplish your goals. Free subscription to the Official Linkedin Blog offers useful information about new features, how-to-use and job search tips.
uptowork.com – Helpful posts including examples and tips about resumes, resume writing, cover letters, job interviews and job searching.
askamanager.com - Advice on a wide range of topics relating to job searching and careers.
If you want to improve your computers skills look at the Library's Teach Yourself Technology page. There your will find resources to increase your knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and many more products.
Tech-Talk offers a wide variety of lessons for job seekers and those needing computer skills training. Tech-Talk offers live webinars several times per month and a monthly newsletter to keep you up to date on their many offerings. A library card is required for Tech-Talk.
For in depth training go to Lynda.com, where you will find lessons for business, software, technology and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Through the library's subscription, patrons have access to over 4,000 engaging, top-quality courses, taught by recognized industry experts. Patrons have unlimited access to the entire collection 24/7 from both in the library or home. A library card is required for Lynda.com.
Browse all of the online learning opportunities offered by the Greenburgh Library. Remember it is all free with your library card.