View jobs online. National job search engines are one of the best ways to learn about companies and the industries that are hiring. Due to the slow economy, there are currently more job seekers than employers hitting the boards, but it is still worthwhile to list your resume and check the boards regularly.
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Explore Talent (*) - review Find thousands of acting and modeling jobs online. Site includes a massive audition database in Hollywood, New York and throughout the US.
Department of State - Careers (www.state.gov) This jobs page has State Department Jobs including Foreing Service, Civil Service and links to related job services.
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National Career Development Association (associationdatabase.com) The National Career Development Association (NCDA) is a founding division of the American Counseling Association (ACA). The mission of NCDA is to promote the career development of all people over the life span.
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Jobitorial (www.jobitorial.com) Get the inside scoop on big employers. Site has anonymous employer reviews.