Searching for a job takes time, but when you finally land the job that’s right for you and your future, it makes it all worth it. Whether you’re just starting out in your career, or you’re a seasoned professional looking for a change, there are many resources available to help you find job openings.
Use Online Job Search Sites
If you have access to a computer, then you can take advantage of online job search tools. Most sites require you to create a profile and may or may not require a resume and cover letter. You can narrow your search by industry, salary range, location, and more. Some of the top job sites include:
Attend a Local Hiring Event
When you attend a local hiring event, you can speak face-to-face with people from companies that are hiring. You’ll be able to ask questions, present your qualifications, and learn about current job openings. It’s important to dress for the occasion and have your printed resume ready when you attend.
Goodwill’s My Career Advisor
Goodwill is a resource and partner for anyone seeking employment or a higher-paying job. We work with job seekers and local employers to place tens of thousands of individuals in jobs each year, funded by the donations of generous people like you.
Goodwill’s My Career Advisor is the best place to start if you’re looking for a job. Signing up is quick, easy, and free. Here’s what you’ll get access to:
- Resume and interview skills
- Training services
- Local hiring events
- Job postings
Join the Goodwill Team!
A career at Goodwill is rewarding and fun! At Goodwill, we work together toward our vision of ending poverty through the power of work. You could work in various areas of our organization, including retail, corporate, facilities, mission services, and warehouse/transportation. You can view current opportunities with Team Goodwill, here.
Interested in learning more about how Goodwill can assist you on your job search? Find out more about our mission and how we can help you with your job search.