Many job hunters interested in particular jobs or jobs in certain industries can look to many resources in order to identify employers that hire workers in their area of interest. Once identified, job seekers can continue to monitor the employer's Web site or job line for upcoming employment opportunities. Specialized directories, business directories, and even the local yellow pages can help identify potential employers. State Employment Officers often have lists of the state's largest employers.
Post resumes, search job listings, and more.
Based in Southwest Michigan, these folks have local listings from a variety of companies, excluding temp agencies or other middlemen.
Career One Stop - Occupations with the most openings
Search job listings at corporate web sites, set up a Job Hunter to have openings matching your profile sent to you via e-mail, or post your resume online. Also has a Resource Center with tips on interviewing and resume writing.
Includes job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company pages.
Job Corps : Job Corps is the nation's largest federally funded job training and education program for economically disadvantaged youth ages 16 through 24. Established in 1964, Job Corps has trained and educated more than 2 million young people to date, serving more than 70,000 young adults each year. Besides vocational training, Job Corps provides academic and life skills training including the opportunity for students to earn a High School Diploma or GED. Approximately 90 percent of Job Corps graduates go on to careers in the private sector, enlist in the military or move on to higher education or advanced training programs.
A large job site with job postings, support information, articles and tips on job hunting and links to other Michigan job sites.
A leading source of job opportunities for candidates 40 and over. E-mail required to view full job ads.
Kalamazoo Area Jobs
Job seekers may post resumes and search for jobs; employers may search for resumes and post job openings.
A large staffing agency that places employees in both temporary and permanent jobs.
Michigan Career Portal
Smart career decisions start here! Formerly known as the TalentFreeway, this site is a bridge to quality employment, career, education and training resources. A one-stop online career portal system for students and workers planning their futures and employers seeking skill development for existing workers and recruitment tools for prospective workers. The Career Portal provides access to occupational and career planning information, job-finding tools, postsecondary education, e-learning, resumes of thousands of jobseekers looking for jobs, and much, much more.
Select the "Best of the Web " link. Once there, select the "Jobs and Careers " link.
Choose a Michigan community, then an employer's link to go to companies' job openings pages.
Part of LocalCareers.com. Provides an advanced search engine. Does not give employer address - you can only apply online. There are potential problems with your privacy.
Michigan Jobs (MLive
Search from 8 Michigan newspapers and choose as many job titles as you like -- all at once!
Lists new companies in Michigan and provides links to those that are hiring.
MiTalent (formerly the Michigan Talent Bank) is an Internet-based labor exchange available to job seekers and employers 24 hours a day. Job seekers can post their resumes and search job postings from construction workers to computer engineers. Employers who register on the Talent Bank have access to hundreds of thousands of resumes and can post immediate job openings. Through this system, the public can easily access a wide range of employment and training services. Job seekers can find education, job training, employment support services and job openings. Employers can access a local pool of qualified workers and related supportive services. There are no users fees.
Michigan Works! was established in 1987 to foster high-quality employment and training programs serving employers and workers by providing support activities and a forum for information exchange for Michigan's workforce development system. That system has been recognized by the National Alliance of Business as the most innovative in the country. Contains information of special interest to the disabled, veterans, and seniors.
Offers a wide range of career-related resources including job, career, and networking information.
One Stop Career Centers
One Stop Career Centers are the focal point of America's workforce investment system, supporting the employment needs of job seekers and the human resource needs of business. At One Stop Centers, workers, job seekers, and other participants can receive training and education, build their skills, and access federal assistance programs, while employers use One Stop Centers to help recruit workers they need for their businesses.
The Riley Guide
A very thorough and current guide to job hunting and career information. Includes a comprehensive list of job banks and recruiting sites.
Searches thousands of job boards, classifieds, and company sites.