Recommended Websites

The Internet dramatically increases the access individuals have to resources and services for career planning. The problem, however, is that career planning resources found on the Internet vary in quality and appropriateness for different users. Some individuals may be better served if they seek assistance from a professional Career Counselor, Career Development Facilitator or Guidance Counselor. Additional information on this subject can be found in the National Career Development Association (NCDA) report, "NCDA Guidelines for the Use of Internet for Provision of Career Information and Planning Services."

Job Search Boards

Indeed.com

Job search engine utilizing many websites

Job Center of Wisconsin

Wisconsin Job Center System

MilwaukeeJobs.com

Local Listing of Job and Resume Postings

Jobing.com

Local jobs meet local talent

Craigslist.org

Local classifieds and forums for jobs

Career Builder

Comprehensive job search site

TechConnect *

WCTC alumni and student job postings. Registration or password required.

SimplyHired

Post your Resume for Local Employers

Jobsthatserve.com

Nonprofit jobs - career websites

Idealist.org

Non-profit jobs websites

opportunityknocks.org

Non-profit jobs websites

workforce50.com

Employment and Career Change Resources for People Over 50

retirementjobs.com

Jobs for people over 50

Job Search Networking Resources

LinkedIn

Professionals use LinkedIn to exchange information, ideas and opportunities

40 Plus Wisconsin

Resource, networking and advocacy group for jobseekers from southeastern Wisconsin

Fuel Milwaukee

Milwaukee based social and professional networking group

Weddles

List of Professional Organizations/Associations

Vista Print

Free business cards

Career Planning

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Career information by occupation in your market area and job search tips

Career InfoNet

Career change information

O*Net OnLine

Job and skills search

MN Job Skills Transfer

Assessment to identify careers with similar skills

Wisconsin AHEC Health Careers

Information on Health Careers in WI

Quintessential Careers

Articles on job search, salary negotiation, job/career advice

My Skills My Future

Compare careers, find training, and search for jobs

Salary/Labor Market Information

Salary.com

Salary determination tools

Wisconsin’s Worknet

Salary statistics by job and county

Bureau of Labor Statistics

BLS’s employment projections

Labor Market Information Center

Compare and research labor trends and wages

Resume Resources

Resume Resources

WCTC’s resume tips and samples

Susan Ireland Resume

Sample Resumes

Wellness Resources

Mental Health Association in Waukesha County

211 referral guide for services offered in Waukesha county

Family Service of Waukesha

Mental Health Services from FSWaukesha

Local Schools

Executive/Management Recruitment

CareerJournal

Wall street Journal executive career site

MRI Network

Management recruiters

6FigureJobs

Executive job seeker resources

Milwaukee Business Journal

Local Business News

Government/Higher Education Jobs

Federal Civil Service

United States Government's official source of job and employment information

State of Wisconsin Jobs

Resources for employment within the State of Wisconsin

HERC

Higher Education Recruitment Consortium information and job search

Higher Ed Jobs

Higher Education job postings

For Veterans

MyNextMove.org/vets/

Directory of civilian occupations based on specific military job and experience

National Resource Directory

National Resource Directory’s Veterans Job Bank lists postings from companies looking to hire veterans

Veterans Career Fair

Virtual career fairs geared towards veterans.

Military.com

Resources for transitioning to civilian life.

Linkedin.com/veterans

Networking microsite for veterans with tips, tools and webinars.

Office of Veterans Employment Services

Did you know the Jobs for Veterans Act affords priority of service to covered veterans and eligible spouses over non-covered persons for the receipt of employment, training, and placement services provided under new or existing job training programs that are directly funded, in whole or in part, by the Department of Labor?