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From the Wall Street Journal. Has links to salary and hiring information, job hunting advice, and executive recruiters.
Find job openings and post a resume.
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, it offers career resources and information to job seekers.
Offers links to job fairs, networking opportunities, job listings, internships and more.
Chicago Sun-Times Classified
Chicago Tribune Classified
Finding a Job
The library offers a number of sources to help you in your job search.
Illinois Department of Employment Security
Information about careers and jobs in Illinois.
Illinois Skills Match
Match your job skills and requirements to job openings in Illinois.
Local employment website for job seekers and employers, including a jobs database.
Free access to millions of available jobs listed in major job boards, newspapers, and associations. Search by location and type of job.
The Job Hunters Bible.com
From the author of What Color is Your Parachute, this site offers a multitude of links to overlooked job resources on the web.
Offering an extensive list of job search resources, Job Hunt provides information on networking and job search support groups in Illinois, job sites specific to Illinois, as well as listings of employee information at specific Illinois companies and organizations.
Lists of available jobs or post your resume.
Online job search service.
Offers useful tools for each step of the job-seeking process. Identify abilities and marketable skills, write an effective resume, build an online portfolio, and even practice interview questions.
Employment and job resources.
A comprehensive job search engine.
This source for hourly and part-time jobs connects job seekers with more than 100,000 active job listings from top employers across the country.
Offers self-directed online classes on over 500 topics.
Federal jobs listing.
Working for a Living: People Write about Their Jobs
Assists DuPage County workers looking for employment and job training.