Whether you are young or old, searching for a job that will get you back on your feet, start your life-long career, or move you up in the world can be complicated and frustrating. The following links include ways you can find work locally in Southwest Michigan or other states, provide information when you feel you’ve been wronged on the job, and how to prepare in the best ways for your pending interviews.
The United States Census Bureau is hiring people to assist with conducting with the 2020 Census! These positions are temporary, but are a big help and service to our country.
This article from MyFuture.com goes over the parts of the resume, why they are important, and how to create on for yourself.
The official website of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. If you have been wronged on the job, this is a good resource to start with to correct it.
This infographic article from Next Generation gives you the right advice when it comes to dressing the part for that upcoming interview.
This article from New York Magazine talks about how to go about preparing for an interview and being ready to answer the most common questions that are asked.
This article from Glassdoor breaks down the interview and gives you the tools you need to tackle the most common elements.
Youth Central breaks down the cover writing process and why it is so important when submitting your resume for a new job opening.
A great resource for searching open positions nationwide and reviewing different company information before you go in for your interview.
Equal employment opportunities with Kalamazoo county, Michigan.
“Connecting great employees, educators, and employers in Branch, Calhoun, Kalamazoo, and St. Joseph counties.”
Job opportunities and resources from MLive.
“Your launch pad for new jobs, careers, and talent!”