Find It: Careers & Employment
Starting Your Search
- Quincy Career Center
Call 617-745-4000 to make an appointment with a counselor for an employment needs assessment. All services are provided free of charge to job seekers.
Information, advice and links to 18,375 employers and job search resources
Tools for job seekers, students, and career professionals. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Jobs & Employment- Mass.Gov
Information and links for searching for public sector and private sector jobs, building your resume and labor statistics.
- Massachusetts Job Quest
An online job system for employers and job seekers. From the Massachusetts Department of Career Services.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
A guide to hundreds of occupations from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
Resumes, Cover Letters & Interviews
- The Resume Guide
A publication put out by Massachusetts One-Stop Career Centers containing tips for writing resumes and cover letters
- Interview Tips- Mass.Gov
Information about preparing for and following up after an interview
This online resume tool offers web hosting, multiple version options, tips on how to write resumes, and a way to search Indeed for job listings.
MyPerfectResume has resume templates by industry, including retail, construction and food service industries. It also offers templates for cover letters.
CVTips.com offers whole job search help: cover letter tips, interview techniques, job search strategies, career planning, as well as free resume/CV examples, templates and advice.
This online resume service offers templates and phone, email, and live chat support for users.
- One Life at a Time
A private, non-profit organization located in Braintree that provides free career services to individuals who are new or returning to the market place.
- Job Seekers with Disabilities
This section of Disability.gov has information about career counseling, job banks, interviewing for a job and self-employment and small business ownership.
- Online Masters Programs
A survey of online master's degrees. Like any advanced degree, an online master's requires a great deal of forethought and drive. Here you'll find everything you need to identify a reputable program, succeed in the program and then land a career that makes the most of your education.
- Career Center
As any graduate can attest, the most common question they hear after commencement is “What’s next?” Where do new master’s degree holders begin when it comes to finding stable, rewarding employment? The people who completed the survey of online masters programs compiled a list of resources to help you take the steps towards becoming gainfully employed.
- Reputation Management
Information on how businesses, job seekers and others can better manage their online reputation.
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