Job Search Sites

Find below three ways in which WORKnet organizes Job Search Sites. Please note that the best way to seek employment opportunities is by networking and directly contacting employers. Many jobs are not posted or advertised.

These links represent specific areas of Wisconsin, and are often affiliated with a local newspaper. Openings tend to be with smaller, local, and/or non-profit employers.

These sites post job openings throughout the entire state of Wisconsin. You can narrow your search by selecting a specific location, job title, or industry. Many government jobs are listed, as well as openings with both large and small employers.

National sites post thousands of jobs throughout the country, however, you can narrow your search by selecting a specific location in Wisconsin, job title, or industry. Many openings are advertised by large and private employers.

Local

Eau Claire

The Leader-Telegram (an Eau Claire newspaper) presents ads for job openings on this page. Look under Career Guide to find the job areas in which you are interested.

Green Bay

The Green Bay Press Gazette provides jobs presented by Career Builder. Select jobs from the top banner to see these listings.

Janesville

The Janesville Gazette Xtra lists job openings here, under "Employment, General" and "Employment, Professional." Click on Advanced Search to narrow your results.

La Crosse

The La Crosse Tribune displays job openings for the "7 Rivers Region" and allows you to find openings by job category or keywords.

Madison

The Wisconsin Local JobNetwork™ is comprised of multiple employment Web sites focusing exclusively on local communities in the State of Wisconsin.

Milwaukee

The Wisconsin Local JobNetwork™ is comprised of multiple employment Web sites focusing exclusively on local communities in the State of Wisconsin.

Racine

Pull-down selection allow you to search by job title or by keywords.

Shawano

This links to the on-line classifieds section of the Shawano Leader. Latest Job openings are posted on the bottom, of the page. However, you can search by managerial level, job category, or keywords as well as seeing all jobs at once.

Superior

Pull-down selection allow you to search by job title or by keywords.

Tomahawk

This link leads to the general classifieds page of the Tomahawk Leader. To view current job openings, select "Employment" on the pull-down menu.

Vilas County

Job openings posted on this site come from the classified ads in the Vilas County News-Review.

Watertown

View job openings posted by the Watertown Daily Times. All job openings are posted on one page. There are also subcategories listed at under the search area on the top of the page - click on a subcategory to go to job openings that may interest you.

Wisconsin Local Newspapers listed on OnlineNewspapers.com

Lists local Wisconsin newspapers - search for the help wanted areas of each paper.

Wisconsin Local Newspapers listed on the Wisconsin Newspapers list

Another Wisconsin newspaper clearinghouse called Wisconsin Newspapers list (USNPL) that provides links to various Wisconsin's local papers. Newspapers are listed alphabetically by name of town. You will have to search for the help wanted areas of each paper.

Wisconsin

Job Center of Wisconsin

This site lists openings all across Wisconsin. To start, you must limit your search to one county in Wisconsin, or choose "All areas" (which may also include openings in Minnesota, Iowa, Northern Illinois, and the Upper Peninsula). Once you have chosen the location, you may further narrow your search by job title or employer name.

Job Center of Wisconsin contains over 30,000 current job opportunities throughout Wisconsin. Job Seekers can search for job postings based upon job title or employer name and browse job postings by job category.

Job Central - Wisconsin

Job Central national labor exchange replaces America's Job Bank. Job Central provides a single place where job seekers can find employment opportunities in all industries. You can search by state or by US to find jobs or workers locally in Wisconsin, and nation-wide.

Job Hunter's Bible

This site comes from Dick Bolle's, author of "What Color is Your Parachute?" He gives tips on how to look for jobs on the Internet, information about major job opening sites, tips on making contacts, writing resumes, and more!

WISC.Jobs

Wisconsin state, local, and tribal government positions are posted on this site. Links are provided for Application Information, benefits of state employment, current/former state employees, diversity, monthly state exams, short term employment opportunities, veterans resources, other government jobs, and a what's new area.

Wisconsin Job Network

The home page of this site shows the number of openings in a variety of industries, for the entire state. To narrow your search, select a city in Wisconsin, or type in a keyword. NOTE: Because this site organizes their openings by using over 100 job categories, using one for your search will significantly reduce your results. If you decide to use categories, make sure you search by every category related to your field.

WECAN

WECAN is the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network for those individuals seeking jobs in the education field. This would include Wisconsin's certified staff as well as support staff. This site also has a section for employers for school districts and Colleges and Universities who are working with their students seeking jobs in education. You are required to create an account with WECAN to apply for jobs within a school district in Wisconsin.

United States

Career Builder

Career Builder allows you to search through their job listings by keyword, city, state, and category. This site has different tips on resumes, interviews, cover letters and thank you letters, salary info, your job search, references and workplaces issues. Also, through this site job seekers have the ability to post a resume, create job alerts, get job advice and job resources, look up job fairs, and much more. This is a truly massive job search engine that offers a lot of good resources to the job seeker.

Dice

Dice.com is designed for the specific needs of technology professionals, enabling them to perform highly targeted job searches based on specific criteria, including location, type of employment, skillset and keyword. Dice.com also provides job search tools such as search agents, resume posting and career-related content. The job postings available in the Dice.com database, from both technology and non technology companies across many industries, include a wide variety of technology positions for software engineers, systems administrators, database specialists and project managers, and a variety of other technology and engineering professionals.

Indeed.com

Indeed.com is a very solid search engine for jobs, allowing job seekers to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards. It's a mega job search engine!

LinkedIn

LinkedIn is the world's largest professional network with over 225 million strong. Connect with others. Find. Be found. Power your career. Post your resume. Learn and share. Network. Look for jobs!


image: Monster.com

Monster.com provides job openings that you can search through by keyword, location, employer and job category. Plus, Monster has plenty of job search extras: networking boards, job search alerts, and online resume posting.


image: SimplyHired

SimplyHired has been a favorite job search engines now for a while. SimplyHired also offers a very unique job search experience; the user "trains" the job search engine by rating jobs he or she is interested in. SimplyHired also gives you the ability to research salaries, add jobs to a job map, and view pretty detailed profiles of various companies.


image: usa.gov

USA.gov, formerly known as FirstGov.gov, is an absolutely mammoth search engine/portal that gives the searcher direct access to searchable information from the United States government, state governments, and local governments.

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