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Resources for job search

  • Maricopa Workforce Connections (formerly One-Stop)
    Employment Resources
    Maricopa Workforce Connections (MWC) One-Stop Career Centers provide job search and job readiness assistance.

    Workforce development specialists work collaboratively with their on-site community partners to provide no-charge comprehensive career search assistance including:
    • Resume development and review • Labor market information
    • Career counseling • Extensive resource library
    • Job readiness workshops • Skill and aptitude assessment
  • Work Now America
    a basic internet resource for job searching
  • Hired Board
    an internet resource for job searching
  • Snag a Job
    basic internet resource for job search

Resources for Job Searching

  • Indeed.com jobs
    Indeed includes millions of job listings from thousands of web sites, including company career pages, job boards, newspaper classifieds, associations, and blogs. Job seekers may also search job trends and salaries, read and participate in discussion forums, research companies and even find people working for companies of interest through their online social networks
  • Linkup.com
    LinkUp is a job search engine that searches jobs on company sites. The job postings are from small, mid-sized, and large company career sections, and are updated whenever the company web site is updated.
  • Simply Hired.com
    basic internet resource for job searching
  • US Jobs by the National Labor Exchange
    US.jobs lists thousands of jobs directly from company websites and from state job banks. The site is the non profit National Labor Exchange provided by DirectEmployers and The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA).

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