Four Websites That Make Job Searching Less SpookyBy Karen H. Wed, October 9, 2019
Searching for a new job can be scary, especially when you have no idea how to start or where to look! These local Philadelphia resources can help take the mystery out of finding the perfect job. Halloween should be spooky, but looking for your next employment opportunity doesn’t have to be.
Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
Are you one of Philadelphia’s creative geniuses? Are you passionate about local arts and culture? This site is the place to find a job you love, doing what you care about! You can search listings inside and outside the City, and even in New Jersey and Delaware.
Philadelphia Works: Building a Stronger Workforce
A comprehensive, one-stop job search site: see local job openings, take a career assessment test, find local educational programs in a variety of subjects, match military training to civilian jobs, and use the resume builder to create a great resume that will get results. This is a great resource for all job seekers, regardless of your previous experience. Start with Philadelphia Works and let them guide you through your job search.
Philadelphia Area Great Careers – Your Career Our Mission
This nonprofit is the ultimate in Philadelphia-area career networking site. They provide over 700 events per year throughout the Greater Philadelphia Region (including some upcoming events in the Workplace at Parkway Central Library!). Join them for networking groups, job search tools, advice from leading experts, and continued emotional support during your job search or job transition.
The Workplace at Free Library of Philadelphia
Let us help you find a job! We have easy-to-use information on career services, job search basics, how to write a cover letter and fill out an application, and how to have a successful interview. Let us help you find the perfect job today!
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