Welcome to Jobs Online
The key to a successful job search and a successful career is knowing what you want to do. If you don't know, it will be hard to find, and others will have difficulty helping you.
It's no surprise that a lot of people are looking into changing careers these days.
To help, we've pulled together summaries of more than 180 occupations which might be of interest.Courtesy of Job - Hunt.org
For each career in the list, a full page profile which you can access by clicking on the career name in the table.
Data for each occupation in the career list below includes:
- the typical salary
- the number of people in the career currently in the US
- the expected growth in the number of jobs over the next decade
- the level of education of people currently in the occupation
Each detailed profile page (job description and data) breaks the data down by the occupation's popularity and salary by major metro region in the US, which might help you figure out whether it's a good bet for you.
Business And Management
Assuming that you know what you want to do and where you want to do it, you'll find millions of jobs posted online. If it has been a couple of years since you've searched for a job, start at # 1, and go through the whole list. Just need a quick refresher? Pick a topic that particularly interests you:
- Finding Employer Websites - hopefully you have at least 10 target employers, so find jobs at the source!
- Finding the Jobs on the Employer Website - where are they hidden?
- Leveraging Employer Websites - differentiate yourself with information
- Associations and Alumni Groups - very effective for networking
- Recruiters, Staffing Firms, & Head Hunters - can help or hurt
- Job Sites - new things to consider and new sites to use
- Classified Ads - very effective but watch out for the scams
- Job Aggregators - new and powerful
Direct usually works best for local small businesses. If you want to work at the local mall or in the local McDonald's restaurant, go to that business and ask for an employment application to complete. Dress nicely, be polite, and complete the form neatly and legibly, and you'll probably end up with at least an interview the next time there is a job opening.
On each career description page we provide a list of schools which offer classes or degrees in support of the career. You can request info from as many schools as you want by filling in short online forms. Our experience is that these schools will get back to you quickly. Use this method to learn about the careers and schools; there is no use wasting time if you are gathering information about a new career.