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More and more employers and job seekers are connecting via the Web. Numerous sites exist that allow employers to post positions and seekers to search them. If you know an employer you might want to work for, check their Web site for employment opportunities. For a broader search and additional advice on how to go about finding a job and a career online, try the following sites.
At the CareerOneStop Web site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor you can do a job search, but there is a wealth of additional information to assist you in finding the right career. Another Department of Labor sponsored site, along with the Department of Education, is Career Voyages, which is designed to provide information on high growth, in-demand occupations along with the skills and education needed to attain those jobs.
Ohio's Statewide Job Matching Service is part of the Workforce411 program designed to help connect workers with job skills as well as employers.
Some local employment resources include
The Job Center, Montgomery County's one-stop employment and training center.
Classifieds from the Dayton Daily News
Find other newspapers' classifieds through thePaperboy.com.
Numerous Job Boards exist online which can be searched by keyword, job title, category/industry, and location. Here are a few.
CareerJournal from the Wall Street Journal
CollgeRecruiter.com for college students and recent graduates
Craig's List for Dayton Jobs
Dice - Tech jobs
Indeed is a search engine that will find jobs posted on other sites.
Jobster is a another search engine.
Quintessential Careers has lists of industry specific job boards.
The Ladders for $100K jobs
Internet Movie Database
Movie Review Query Engine
Cinema de Lux at The Greene
Regal Hollywood 20 Cinemas at Fairfield Commons
Showcase Cinemas Dayton South, Huber Heights
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