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The Employment Zone
The Employment Zone is where you will find the answers to
many of your employment questions. Such as: How do I write
an effective resume?
How do I post
a resume with CORESTAFF? What skills do I need to compete in
my field? Where can I go to get training? How much should I
ask for in my salary negotiations? When do you talk about Salary?
In today's fast paced, highly competitive workplace, CORESTAFF
is working to bring you the online resources that will assist
you in your job search. Come, take a look. And if you don't see
the answers you're looking for, or would like to suggest a web
site that has helped you in the past, email us at
and we'll add your contribution to The Employment Zone.
Offering advice on everything from perfecting your resume to
negotiating the best hiring package:
America's CAREERInfoNet -- Smart career decisions
start here! Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state
by state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and
the most extensive career resource library online.
Career Journal -- CareerJournal.com is the
Internet's premier free site for executives. Content comes from the powerful
editorial resources of The Wall Street Journal published by Dow Jones & Co.,
as well as from the CareerJournal.com editorial team. Content includes daily
updates of critical news, features and trends that are relevant, whether
you're searching for a new position or striving to improve the job you have.
Career Magazine -- An online career portal created
by Vertical Net to bring candidates and employers together. This online magazine
provides employer profiles and job listings by industry or state as well as links
to other career related articles, tips and helpful employment information.
Career Shop -- CareerShop.com offers
a full array of automated services and tools to assist the skilled individual
that uses the Internet, computers or technology in their profession to manage
their careers and career options.
Career Zone -- A comprehensive
site containing information on many careers that also provides an area for job
seekers to assess themselves to find out what jobs might suit them best.
JobHuntersBible.com -- This site provides
helpful information on using the Internet to enhance your job search. It includes
a library of articles written around job search issues.
Job Star Central -- A job search guide from your local
public library offers global, national and regional employment resources.
JobSeekerNews.com -- A bi-monthly
newsletter with career tips and advice.
Quintessential Careers -- A career and job-hunting
resources guide where job seekers have all the tools needed for a successful career,
college or job search.
The Riley Guide -- A directory of employment and
career information sources and services on the Internet that also provides instruction
for jobseekers and recruiters on how to use the Internet to the best of their
advantage. Described as an invaluable tool, the site covers topics such as preparing
for the job search, cover letters and resumes, employer research, job listings,
e-networking, career fairs, and much more.
Working Woman -- Working Woman Network provides
a unique complement of on- and offline resources to serve the dynamic and
influential group of more than 60 million women business leaders and decision
makers, representing well over four trillion dollars in revenue.
Boston Globe Job Fairs
BrassRing Career Events
California Job Journal Job Fairs
Central Florida Employment Council
NAACP Job Fairs
National Job Fairs
Check out ResumeMaker Deluxe Edition, the #1
best-selling resume and job search software. It includes
pre-written resume phrases, sample resumes, cover letters,
interview tips and career planner. Submit your resume and search
for jobs online.
Distribute your resume to thousands of executive search firms,
high growth companies, and venture capital firms via
Your Missing Link.
Get a free resume critique/Price quote
from expert Peter Newfield and Career Resumes.
ResumeXPRESS.com -- Put your resume
in front of thousands of recruiters and employers electronically using
this professional resume distribution service.
e-Resume.net -- e-resume.net is a
national resume writing company combining personalized
attention with the speed of the Internet to deliver professional
resumes. They guarantee your satisfaction. Prices range from
$99 for students to $200 for executives.
Jobmail.net -- FREE Confidential
E-Mail For Job Seekers. Is your Boss reading your e-mail?
Don't get E-Nailed at work! If you are currently seeking new
employment or researching your "marketability", you need to
be confidential! Using JobMail.net gives you a
FREE Full featured confidential E-mail
account complete with address book, auto-responders, signatures,
multiple folders, file attachments and more!
Okay, now you've been noticed. How do you win the face-to-face
contest? Check out these great articles on preparing for an
interview. Learn what questions to ask when and how to handle the
different stages of the interview process.
Tips for a Temporary Assignment
Make a Great First Impression
Questions to Expect
What to Ask
CORESTAFF Services now offers the Salary Wizard
from Salary.com. What are your skills worth? Just type in your
ZIP Code or area code and Salary Wizard will find comparative
salary information on a similar job title or your geographic
area of interest.
Curious about what jobs pay the most money? Visit this link to America's CAREERInfoNet
to view a list of the top 25 highest paying occupations.
SalaryExpert.com shows pay data for over 30,000
jobs and displays pay data for more than 45,000 U.S. and Canadian cities. This is a free
data Internet provider of salary information that comes from a veteran compensation and
benefits consulting firm.
paycheckcity.com Paycheck City is a commercial
Web site offering free access to a variety of online paycheck tools. You can calculate
your take-home pay after taxes and other payroll deductions, estimate the future value of
a 401(k) savings account, determine the current value of stock options and print an official
W-4 form, to name a few.
Looking to improve your PowerPoint skills? Need to know Excel
for your next assignment/position? These training sites can help.
Time, time and more time. That's what we all wish for.
These sites can help you learn how to keep it all together during
our e-speed way of life.
How can you know if your personality fits the culture of a
prospective employer? Find out on these sites:
Motivational Appraisal of Personal Potential
Want to know what the employment environment is like in your
city? Click on these sites to discover what employment trends are
headed your way and what options to consider when looking for your
American Staffing Association
U.S. Department of Labor
The US Government
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Economic Policy Institute