Resources for Job Seekers
Searching for a job can be very frustrating and time consuming. Filling out applications and uploading your resume might make your eyes hurt. The end result is worth all the temporary anguish as you will find the job you are searching for. The ingredients are hard work and determination. Use the resources below as your search continues.
If you have any questions or need help with your resume, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Indeed.com - Probably the most widely used job search website. You can customize your search results based on the type of job you are looking for. The best strategy I’ve discovered is to upload your resume to the website so potential employers can find you faster. Customizable job listings can be sent via email to you each day. After uploading your resume, you can apply to most jobs in the app by one or two clicks. Who said the job search process had to be
Monster.com - Another prevalent job search website that searches for jobs all across the country. When you first visit the website, it will ask you to enable your location. This will give you results closer to your residence. The other various factors typical of job search sites are here as well, such as salary information, resume upload, and career advice. You can download the
mobile app to apply to jobs from virtually anywhere. The faster you apply, the more likely you will get a potential interview for your dream job.
Wnyjobs.com - The Western New York has plenty of job openings for those looking for work. This site focuses on job listings solely in Western New York. Resume upload, daily job listings, and career guidance are available. Employers looking for the right candidate can also create a profile and submit job openings. Easy contact with potential hires makes the process much more simple than the old days of filling out numerous paper applications.
Niagara's Worksource One - Located right down the street from Niagara Falls Public Library, inside The Trott Access Center, Worksource One has a plethora of resources for job seekers. Career counseling, interview practice, classroom assistance, and much more. Visit their website today for helping with getting your next job.
The above websites are just a small fraction of the potential openings in the Western New York area. Do a little research on your own. You never know what you might find. Just make sure you apply to legitimate websites. Unfortunately, there are scammers out there trying to access your personal information for nefarious reasons. If it seems too good to be true, then you should immediately stop using that website. We wish you the best of luck in your search. Share your stories by sending us an email or calling the Library.