1. Monster.com: www.monster.com
Job board consisting of many different open job postings. Job searchers can post resumes for free, and employers pay to search this site for resumes. Many recruitment firms use this service to find candidates. This site also contains information and advice for resumes, cover letters, & interviews. The monster site is one of the best known job sites.
2. Bajobs.com: www.bajobs.com
Job board specializing in jobs and career resources in the bay area. Job searchers can post their resume and search jobs for free. This site gives information on up-coming career fairs and job market information. This site also posts jobs from many employers that are hiring.
3. Craigslist.com: www.craigslist.com
A San Francisco based website that posts positions in all areas of the bay area. Employers post jobs on craigslist.com for free. Craigslist.com also contains postings for open rentals, personals, for sale items, and more fun stuff relating to the bay area.
4. Caljobs: www.caljobs.ca.gov
Administered by the California State Government. Employers can post open positions on this site for free. Job seekers can search for open positions and post their resume in which employers can search for free. This site also contains other information relating to the labor market and job searching techniques.
5. America’s Job Bank: www.ajb.dni.us
Job seekers can search a database with over one million jobs. Job searchers can post resumes and search the database for open jobs all over the United States.
6. The Age Advantage: www.theageadvantage.com
Age advantage is a site devoted for articles regarding issues of age in the workplace. This is an online magazine, with good information regarding the job market, human resource information and trends. This magazine is focused to the older worker and Human Resource Professionals.
7. The Riley Guide: www.rileyguide.com
This site holds some valuable information regarding employment, careers, job market, how to interview, and much more.
8. Careers.org: www.careers.org
A web page consisting of links to many different web sites. This will give you an idea of how many different sites that you can use to gain employment.
9. WorkinBayArea.com: http://workinbayarea.com/
A web site for jobs available in the Bay Area of California.
10. Bay Area Jobs: http://bayareajobs.com/
11. Career Builder: CareerBuilder.com
HAVE FUN AND GOOD LUCK.