Don’t know what you’re looking for? You may want to use these sites to take personality or career tests to find out what field may be appropriate for YOU:
- Job Hunter’s Bible – Counseling
- JobStar Central
- Quintessential Careers
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- America’s Career InfoNet
Tennessee Career Center – Oak Ridge, TN
The Tennessee Department of Labor has set up career services sites across the state. The staff there can help you create a resume, search for jobs, and develop your interviewing skills.
We have a recently updated collection of books about job searching, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Search our catalog or look for them in the 650 section in the non-fiction. Ask the staff for help, if desired.
Tennessee Electronic Library Job and Career Resources
The Tennessee Electronic Library provides access to a variety of helpful career resources from the interview process to starting your own business. Set up your personal account for free.
Watch an online video tutorial of these seven steps to use Word resume templates: www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi-q_InJnUI&feature=related
Job Search Advice
National Job Listings
Specialized Job Listings
- Retirement Jobs – www.retirementjobs.com/
- Veterans – www.vetjobs.com/
- Bounty Hunters - www.howtobecomeabountyhunter.com/
- Hospitality Careers – www.hcareers.com/
- Temporary & Contract Jobs – www.net-temps.com/
- Federal Government Jobs – www.usajobs.gov/
- Marketing – www.marketingjobs.com
- Police, Fireﬁghter, Paramedic
- Computer Work
- Education Careers
If there is a certain organization with which you would like to work, look at its website for employment opportunities.
(Example: Anderson County Government: http://www.andersontn.org/Human%20Resources/Job%20Openings.html)
If there is a certain field in which you are interested, do a Google search for job banks in that area.
(Example: library job listings).