Free Job Search Help
How to Find Job Search Help
Need help with your job search? Here's how job seekers can find free, or inexpensive, resources in their geographic areas including career counselors and coaches.
Job Search Help at the Library
In addition to providing job search and career related books, public libraries offer many other resources for job seekers. Libraries are a good resource for unemployed workers and job changers, especially for those who can use personal assistance.
Hiring for Hope
Hiring for Hope provides free services to job seekers including career management, a job board, job search assistance, career coaching, and other services for individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, re-entering the workforce, exploring career options, looking for a change, or are already advanced in their career.
Career Transitions is a online career service tool available at local public libraries. It helps job seekers with all the major steps of the employment process from searching for jobs and exploring careers to resume and cover letter wirting, interview practice and applying for jobs.
Department of Labor - Employment Services
Job referral and placement, training, and other employment services provided by state labor departments.
Job clubs are is a formal or informal group of job seekers. The purpose of a job club is to assist with a job hunt and to give and get job search support and advice.
Job Search Not Working?
Here are tips and advice for what to do when your job search isn't working and you're not getting any interviews.
Career Office Services
Information on the services provided by career offices to job seekers, including the types of career services offered and where to get career and job search assistance.