Tag Archive | jobs

Job Websites — Resource Guide


There is a Job Websites Resource Guide now available.  It is a part of our Resource Guides on the blog, and it can be opened there, along with all of the other helpful Resource Guide.  The Job Websites Resource Guide contains sites that provide job openings and/or information that may help you find a job.  Many of the sites are for job openings in Tennessee, or Memphis, Tennessee, but there are some sites that would be helpful to job seekers anywhere.

JOBCentral : National Labor Exchange


JobCentral National Labor Exchange is a service of the DirectEmployers Association, a nonprofit consortium of leading U. S. corporations, in alliance with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies.   Jobs available from leading U. S. employers are found here, and may be searched by keyword and locations, and most of the jobs can be applied for online.  You can search by a just a location, e.g., Memphis, TN, to find all available jobs in that location.  In addition, there are added fields to help you limit your search and there is other job-related information included.

Change.gov : Office of the President-Elect


This site is for the Office of the President-elect and Office of the Vice President-elect, as recognized by the Presidential Transition Act of 1963, which specifically authorizes the Administrator of the GSA to provide services and support to the Office of the President-elect beginning the day after the election and until 30 days after the inauguration.  This site provides information to the public in support of this important public purpose and provides the latest news, events, and announcements relating to the Obama administration.

Interested individuals can participate by sharing their own story or vision or by applying for a position in the Obama-Biden Administration.



“CareerOneStop is a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Web site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.”–From the web site.

Your Rights As A Worker


The U. S. Dept. of Labor Employment and Training Administration offers this page which includes  information on employment laws and regulations, Equal Employment Opportunity information, retirement information, wages and benefits, and health benefits.