Job Search & Career Resources


Apply for Unemployment/Reemployment Benefits HERE.

Look For Local & Statewide Jobs:

CareerSource PinellasCareerSource Pinellas - Search for jobs in Pinellas County and the Tampa Bay Area. CareerSource also hosts career fairs, networking opportunities, and skills training. Local office is on the St. Petersburg College Campus, 682 E. Klosterman Road (corner of Klosterman and U.S. Hwy 19), Tarpon Springs. Phone (727) 524-4344.
Employ Florida MarketplaceEmploy Florida Marketplace - This is your online one-stop resource for employment in Florida. Use this resource to search for jobs that match your skills and to research careers. A joint venture of the Florida Dept of Economic Opportunity and Workforce Florida Inc.
> People First - Search for state government jobs throughout Florida.
> Teach In Florida - Employment and career resources for careers in Florida’s school system.
Florida Dept of Economic OpportunitySpecialized employment assistance from the Florida Dept of Economic Opportunity:
> For veterans
> For seniors
AtoZdatabasesAtoZdatabases : Search Jobs, Businesses or Mailing Lists - This simple, user-friendly, web-based solution provides details on every business and every household within the United States. Free tools for email marketing, job search, mailing lists and sales leads, people look-up, and business profiles. For home access: enter your library card number.

Search for Nationwide Jobs on These Websites:

  • CareerOneStop – A single access point for federal programs and local resources to help people find jobs, training programs, and tap into resources to gain skills in growing industries. Search for jobs, explore careers, resume and interview tips, education and training opportunities. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Indeed – Upload/create your resume and search for your next job.
  • Monster – Search for jobs, post your resume, get employment and career advice.
  • Zip Recruiter – Search for jobs locally or nationwide. Also features a Salary Calculator to explore high-paying jobs or to help with salary negotiation. Note: You do not need to supply an email address to search on this site.

Explore New Careers

Career Cruising - A complete resource to unlock your career potential! Create a free account to start taking assessments to identify career matches based on your interests and skills, and explore in-depth information on hundreds of occupations. From there, use the built-in Resume Builder to create a professional-looking resume. Career Cruising also has a direct link into — the world’s leading job search aggregator — to search the most up-to-date and relevant online job postings.
My Next MoveMy Next Move - Explore new career options. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Also [en Espanol]
Career TransitionsCareer Transitions - A comprehensive career resource that allows you to search for and track jobs, create targeted resumes and cover letters, practice and master interview techniques, explore and identify career paths according to your interests, experience and what's in demand, and find schools and education/training programs. This is your one-stop-shop for finding a new job/career or for finding expert tips on how to set yourself apart in an increasingly competitive job market. Available through the Florida Electronic Library. For home access: enter your library card number.
Occupational Outlook HandbookOccupational Outlook Handbook - A publication of the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings, and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations.

Resume Advice and Templates

GCF LearnFreeResume Writing section contains tutorials and advice on writing job-winning resumes. Free website.

CareerOneStop – Advice and samples of different types of resumes. Free website.

Career Transitions (described above) – This database’s Write a Resume section contains a resume builder and examples of resumes for different career fields. Home access requires a library card.

Microsoft Word (on all library computers) – Access resume templates by clicking the File menu, then New.