is a list of Internet job sites that are accessible using Jaws for Windows
version 3.5 or higher. In addition to listing each sites address,
there are a few points regarding the site. The list is by no means complete;
there are thousands of Internet resources for job hunting. This list focuses
on Connecticut, as well as state and federal jobs. If you find additional
valuable sites that would benefit others, please E-mail the links to firstname.lastname@example.org
and they will be included in future lists.
Information about job openings throughout the Federal government
is supplied. It is a good site, has on-line application form. Quite a
few graphics, but manageable.
Excellent labor department site that lets you study yourself and measure
your skills, has info about job trends in different areas of the country,
information on finding grant money and lots more information about careers.
Federal Jobs Digest. Basic site, thousands of jobs, easy to register.
Will need to spend a lot of time to find what you need.
site by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Full of information about careers,
employment statistics etc
plenty of information.
The site for Fairfield County Help Wanted. Easy to access, specific for
this area, has professional resume service cost. Can post your
resume and search by job, company etc.
Connecticut Department of Labor. Information of job fairs, workshops,
and various other services are located on the page. You must register
with the site in order to access specific job searches.
A ton of stuff on this site, including finding jobs, finding employers
and resume building. They want you to sign up for service.
This site might prove valuable to those in college or with no job experience.
It contains links to jobs and internships\fellowships for non-profit organizations.
Career Center. Good general job searching site. You fill in as many details
or criteria as you like and it will search for you as well as send you
E-mail of new postings
Basic site about telecommuting jobs, or work you can do from home. Can
search jobs and submit resume, post it for ten dollar fee.
This is a site maintained by the National Business and Disability Council.
It is a free service where you can post your resume. Employers contact
people directly. No information about a person's disability need be disclosed.
It was pretty cumbersome to navigate.
Resume posting service.
This is one of the
most popular sites for job searching.
This non-commercial website is dedicated to helping students and job seekers
make better and more informed career choices.
This is a comprehensive job site for opportunities across the state.
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