Your Online Employment Resources
You exist in the information age, and you will be able to find resources online that will not exist anywhere else. Whether it’s a job database or an employment counselor, you can stroll the different avenues of the electronic Las Vegas employment opportunity that may lead to your new career.
Along with these listed sites, you may be interested in searching the websites of mid-sized to large companies. Librarians are also well-versed in the art of electronic media and will be able to help you. University websites and magazines often carry information employment opportunities.
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America’s Career InfoNet
Wage and salary information, career resources and a job bank for employers and job seekers.
America’s Job Bank
The national employment site serves employers and job seekers. It provides links to all state employment sites.
Careers in Government
The site offers state, county and municipal government job postings. You can post résumés online and receive e-mail notification when an opening matches.
An employment search engine for those relocating to jobs across the United States.
Here you have an online version of the Wall Street Journal’s National Business Employment Weekly.
The website offers searchable job listings, free résumé posting and e-mail notification of new openings.
FedWorld-Federal Job Search
All employment opportunities with the United States Government are listed with FedWorld.
Hoover’s provides great resources to research companies, whether you’re looking for a white collar desk or a blue collar jackhammer.
Craig’s List: Las Vegas
The site provides local classifieds and forums for more than 550 cities in over 50 countries worldwide; Las Vegas is one of those cities. It is community moderated and mostly expense-free.
Here is one of the many online job search with resources and services.
JobStar Salary Surveys
Find all your information on salary and cost of living for the Las Vegas area at Jobstar. Jobstar uses surveys to compile the average salary for an area.
Monster.com is a comprehensive and international online job search and recruitment site. Résumé posting and relocation material are available.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The site provides job outlook information for hundreds of occupations from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Public Service Employees Network
Here are job searches and interview tips with links to job listings for public sector jobs in major cities.
You have an index to employment opportunities and job resources on the Internet.
This relocation tool compares the cost of living in hundreds of U.S. and international cities.
Salary.com gives you detailed salary information for a wide range of jobs, sorted by occupation and region, and additional career advice, news and resources.
You get the national employment service for employers and job seekers. www.truecareers.com
Looking for employment opportunities with the federal government? Then, look no further.