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Occupational Outlook Handbook: Powered by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this tool provides individuals with the requirements, salary, job growth, and general information to all kinds of professions.
Monster: This database is used to connect future employees to work as well as assist in creating several work documents. Users may locate a desirable job through a collection of job boards, newspapers, classifieds, and company Websites with this resource.
Indeed: Claiming to be the #1 job site in the world, Indeed has been a platform known to put the world to work. Indeed also offers a variety of features that helps one create better work-related documents.
CareerBuilder: Serving as one of the largest career engines in the nation, CareerBuilder provides its users with job postings, resumes, career advice, and other resources. Users can create a free account and input information to generate resumes, cover letters, and other necessary work documents.
Career One Stop: This job platform helps users find jobs, develop work skills, allocate scholarships, post resumes, and perform an array of tasks related to professional development. Career One Stop is considered one of the most dependable work platforms used by students, professionals, and employers in the market.
New Mexico Workforce Solutions: The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions is an all-in-one tool associated with employment, workers’ rights, and compensation. New Mexico residents can use this Website to search, apply, and acquire employment as well as research legal advice in relation to labor laws.
New Mexico Job Bank: This resource, powered by New Mexico Workforce Solutions, delivers users a variety of jobs to search for in the state of New Mexico. Potential candidates can enter professional information and acquire job postings based on their skills.
New Mexico Unemployment: Offered through the New Mexico Workforce Solutions, this tool is used to process unemployment insurance claims in the state of New Mexico.
ZipRecruiter: This Website gives individuals the capability to search various types of jobs with specifications; such as experience, job type, and so on. Furthermore, allows employers the opportunity to post jobs with the intentions of finding the perfect candidate.
The Job Network: This tool offers professional articles that develop interviewing and professional job-related skills. Users can also create profiles to find relevant jobs appropriate to their skillset.
Brainfuse JobNow: Provides a host of services to help in every step of the job search process. Our job coaches are available to help patrons with any and all job search related questions. In addition to helping beginning job seekers pinpoint their desired career field, coaches can also provide constructive suggestions on resumes, help write a professional cover letter, and give live interview practice and feedback
Business Insights: Provides researchers with information on companies, markets and industries.
Learning Express: Practice tests and tutorials for many different kinds of exams, such as ACT, ASVAB, Civil Service, Cosmetology, EMT/Paramedic, FCAT, GED, GRE, Law Enforcement, Nurse's Aide, Postal Worker, Real Estate, SAT, TASP, Teacher Certification, TOEFL, U.S. Citizenship and more! (Register by using your TBML library card as your Username.)
Small Business Resource Center: Search this database to learn how to start, finance or manage your small business.
LendEdu: Private Student Loans Guide covers In-depth comparison of the different private student loan options and application process and eligibility requirements.
Nursing Explorer: A nursing career and education resource website that provides comprehensive and up-to-date information for individuals interested in pursuing a nursing career, including information about the various education paths that lead to nursing licenses and the benefits, pros, and cons of each path. There is also a list of 2,800+ schools organized by state and degree types, along with scholarship information.
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