Job Transition Resources

Job Search and Employment Resources

50-State Directory of State Employment Sites – in addition to providing unemployment resources, state employment websites include agencies that help workers find employment, deal with issues confronting special populations such as veterans, migrants, youth, seniors or disabled workers, and provide retraining and rehabilitation.

Government Jobs – learn about the many employment opportunities available through the federal government.

Career One Stop – a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Web site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy. It includes links to State Job Banks.

Best Social Sites for Job Searching – find your next job using social media tools. Some of these sites allow you to craft a resume, while others are networking platforms that contain job listings.

Glassdoor – this site provides a free look inside more than 21,000 companies with salaries, ratings, and reviews posted anonymously by employees.

How to Answer the 50 Most Common Interview Questions – prepare for your next interview with these typical interview questions and review suggestions for ways to respond. Also see 12 Tough Interview Questions and Answers

Coping with Job Loss

Unemployment Insurance – find information on Unemployment Insurance and links to state Unemployment resources from the Department of Labor. Also see CareerOnestop’s Unemployment Benefits Map

Health and Retirement Benefits After Job Loss – resources and fact sheets in for employees and employers from the Department of Labor.

Coping With Job Loss – Links and resources for what to do after job loss.

Handling the Unexpected – practical money management steps to help you weather the transition.

 

Weathering the storm

Tools for Tough Times – (Please login and click Resource Centers to view this resource.)  Your EAP guide with links to resources on Mortgages and Home Ownership; Debt and Money Problems; Financial Tools; Heating and Home Energy; Gas and Driving, and Frugal Living.

Personal Finance Information – from ConsumerReports

7 Ways to Help to Recession-Proof Your Finances

Healthy Heart Tips for a Bad Economy – don’t let your body pay the price in uncertain times.

10 Car Care Tips for Tough Economic Times

 

 


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