Connecticut Job Search Toolkit

Where To Find Jobs

Connecticut Employment Resources

Connecticut Career Fairs – State sponsored career fair where attendees can meet with and take advantage of additional free services including job matching, resume writing and more.

Connecticut Education Association Jobs (CEA) – Provides a listing of teaching jobs and vacancies.

Connecticut Library Consortium – List of library jobs in Connecticut.

Connecticut’s Reemployment Portal – Provides lists occupations with similar characteristics such as knowledge areas, tools, and general work activities of your selected occupation. – List of employment opportunities in the health and human services fields. – Local and regional newspapers website featuring classifieds.

CTJobCentral – Connecticut Dept. of Labor website searchable by keyword, location, industry type, company name, and more.

CTREAP – Provides a comprehensive listing of teaching, instructional support and administrative educational positions available. – Searchable job postings from employers’ web sites.

Employment Spot (Connecticut) – Listing of job postings by city and job type.

Health Occupations & Technology Careers – Comprehensive guide to all of the health and biotechnology careers, for which there is an educational program offered in CT.

JobsinCT – Includes Connecticut classifieds and local job board.

Library of Congress Job Search Sites/Portals – Listing of popular job search sites as well as some of the lesser known or career specific.

State of Connecticut Job Openings (DAS) – Employment opportunites with the State of Connecticut.

UCONN Careers – List of job postings at the University of Connecticut.

Yale University Job Opportunities – Lists job openings at Yale University including clerical, technical, managerial, and professional positions.

National Employment Resources – Comprehensive collection of resources for job searching.

Academic360 – Collection of Internet resources the academic job hunter.

America’s Job Exchange – Provides job listings by state or category.

Careerbuilder – U.S.’s largest online job site. – Online job site targeting college students and recent college graduates.

Dice – Career website for technology and engineering professionals. Technology jobs are searchable by city/state, zip code, area code or kepword. – Provides employment opportunities in mechanical, electrical and plumbing industries

FedJobs Digest – Focuses on Federal vacancy announcements and news of Federal hiring.

Flipdog – Listing of job openings gathered directly from employers’ sites. – Salaries, company reviews, and interview questions and reviews for over 70,000 companies.

Green Jobs Network– Listing of resources for job seekers looking for careers that focus on social or environmental responsibility.

GreenSetters – Inlcudes resources to help find the latest green, solar, wind and clean energy jobs in the U.S. and around the world. – Listing of 250,000+ jobs, includes an international section. – Site for recruiters, contractors, telecommuters & those seeking jobs in information technology.

Hospital Soup – List of jobs in the health care field.

Indeed – Searches job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.

InternSushi – Find, apply and manage internships.

Job Bank USA – Provides job listings, career information, and employment services for employees, employers and recruiters.

Jobs 4.0 – A  source of job opportunities for candidates 40 and over.

JobWeb – Offers career and job-search advice for new college graduates. – Search engine that searches by job keywords and location.

Monster – Largest online jobs database. Includes information on jobs, networking, and building careers.

mySkills myFuture –  Assists  laid-off workers and other career changers find new occupations to explore.

NationJob – Community based job network that connects job seekers, employers, communities and industries.

Pam Pohly’s Net Guide – Includes an index to healthcare and medical professional job links and opportunities. – Bilingual career and employment opportunities.

Simply Hired – Job searching made simple.

SnagaJob – Detailed resource for hourly and part-time jobs.

The Riley Guide – List of links to sites with job listings.

USA Jobs – United States Federal Government official job site.

Women for Hire – Offers a variety of career-related information geared to working women.

Senior Employment Resources

AARP Employment Services – Provides services to help older workers find meaningful employment.

Experience Works – Helps older adults get the training they need to find good jobs in their communities

Retirement Jobs – Job searching for those 50 and older.

Retired Brains – Job and information source for retirees and individuals planning their retirement.

Senior Community Service Assistance ProgramProvides employment at non-profit settings for persons 55 years and older in Connecticut.

Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) – Provides employment opportunities for older Americans.

Seniors for Jobs – Includes employment resources and career management tools tailored to experienced workers.

Senior Job Bank – A meeting place for over-50 job seekers and the employers seeking their services. – A full service job board and career site for the over-50 workforce.

Student/Youth Employment Resources

Groove – Contains listings for part time, student/ jobs, teen jobs and hourly jobs. – Focuses on focus on job searching for teenagers and students. – Helps students connect with Connecticut and Massachusetts employers offering great internship opportunities.

Veterans Employment Resources

Employment Services for Veterans Connecticut – Provides information for Connecticut’s veterans seeking employment services offered by the Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) CT Works centers.

Office For Veterans’s Workforce Development – Includes information on employment assistance, unemployment insurance, training, career coaching, résumé preparations, job search workshops and more.

Veterans Educational Benefits – Includes information about applying for benefits, payment rates, education programs and more.

Veterans Employment & Training Service (VETS) – U.S. Department of Labor website that provides veterans and transitioning service members with employment the resources and services.

Veterans Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Services – Provides information about vocational rehabilitation services to veterans with service-connected disabilities.

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