Friday, May 16, 2008

Job Search Made Easier for New

Now that graduation has come and gone, you may be pounding the pavement looking for just the right career opportunity that fits your skills and personality. There are plenty of information sources out there--your parents, your friends, your teachers, the Internet, newspapers, professional journals, and, yep, libraries. Take advantage of all of these resources as each one offers a unique perspective.

JobWeb is a useful website, sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Unlike many job search websites, JobWeb offers its users more than just a list of available openings. Other important employment help is available, such as company information, interview advice, resume examples, job market projections, and personal marketing tips.

Categories of information are provided for students, parents, employers, and colleges. And check out the job market projections for 2008 graduates. Where does your degree count the most?

Good luck in your search for a satisfying and rewarding career! And remember, the library is here to help you get started.

1 comment:

Richard Jennings said...

I just read about a new service that matches a job seekers unique set of skills with open positions free:

Maybe it helps...maybe not.