Job Hunters Bible
Created by Dick Bolles (“What Color is Your Parachute”). A great starting place for planning your online job search.
A gateway to employment websites.
Includes extensive collection of articles on career planning and job searching. Also includes examples of resumes and cover and thank you letters.
Hoover's Online Learning Center
Includes free access to Hoover’s database of company and industry information. Some services are only available through subscription. However, you can search or browse for companies by name or industry, and view fact sheets, news and some financial information. Hoover’s also lists the company’s website. Many companies list job openings on their website.
Funded through Unemployment Insurance taxes, this service links the 1,800 state Employment Service offices. Most of the jobs are full-time and the majority are in the private sector.
Popular employment search site that allows you to search for jobs by location (city, state, zip code). You can also store resumes online and make them accessible to employers.
Similar to Monster.com in that it allows you to search for jobs by location and store resumes online. It is worthwhile to search both, because they often include different job listings. CareerBuilder includes listings that would be available in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Browsable and searchable listing of jobs (and other types of ads) by region or city.
County of Montgomery, PA
The Montgomery County government website includes an Employment page, with information about applying for a Montgomery County government job, job listings, and links to other job hunting resources.
Local resources for job seekers, including a job search, lists of seminars (e.g., resume writing, interviewing, etc.), job fairs, and information on GED preparation classes.
Montgomery Newspapers Online
Provides online access to Montgomery County newspapers, including the Souderton Independent. Includes searchable Classifieds, and listings for employment and job fairs.
Official site of Bucks County. Click the Living & Working in Bucks link, and scroll down to the Employment section for links to the Office of Employment and Training, and a link to weekly local government job postings.
Provides online access to The Bucks County Courrier Times and The Intelligencer. Click the Jobs Search link to search for jobs, post a resume, or sign up for job alerts.
Bucks County Alive
Bucks County community website. Click the Job Search link for a listing of local jobs.
Go to Services – Employment. Includes links to a variety of information about working in Pennsylvania, such as a list of the best places to work, state government jobs, internship opportunities, and job training.
State-wide job search, resume assistance, skills assessments, and information on workshops.
PA State Civil Service Commission
Lists available civil service positions. You can fill out a civil service application online or download a form to fill out and send in
Americans with Disabilities Act
650.14 and 331.34
Resumes, Interviewing and Letters for Job Hunters
Starting a Small Business and Self Employment
658 to 658.11