- Career Magazine– This online magazine includes job listings, company profiles and directories of executive recruiters in different fields, as well as articles on career development.
- The Riley Guide– A great guide to employment opportunities and job resources on the Internet
- Job Hunters Bible: What Color is Your Parachute?– Richard Nelson Bolles, author of the best-selling job-hunting book, is the guide for this site from the Washington Post.
- 200 Letters for Job Hunters– Taken from the book of the same name, here is a collection of cover letters and other resources for job hunters.
- Massachusetts JobQuest — A service of the Massachusetts Division of Employment and Training, in cooperation with the United States Department of Labor, this site carries searchable listings for a wide variety of jobs, with links to the other America’s Job Bank sites in other states
- Boston Jobs — A resume and job listings service for Greater Boston
- Boston.com Jobs — Job postings and employer information
- JobFind — The Boston Herald’s JobFind service includes job postings, corporate profiles and a resume listing service.
Job Listing Services
- Monster.com — This site includes over 55,000 job listings of all types, all over the world.
- Helpwanted.com — Helpwanted.com is another service for matching job-seekers with open positions, at no cost to the job-seeker.
- NonprofitOyster — “The nonprofit world is your oyster…dive in and find your pearl!” is the motto of this for-profit entity designed to be a user-friendly resource for employers and jobseekers alike
- Idealist.org — This project of Action Without Borders lists 22,000 nonprofit and community organizations in 150 countries as well as hundreds of job and internship listings.
- Careers — This Wall Street Journal site has current information on industry trends, job hunting advice, human resources information, relocation costs, and recruiting firms.
- MSN Careers — Job listings, articles, salary calculators and other resources