The subject guide to Careers provides information on resources available from the Alvin Sherman Library, both in the library and online, related to careers, covering reference sources, books, periodicals, and databases.
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2-1-1 provides essential human service, such as, training, employment, food pantries, help for an aging parent, addiction prevention programs for teenage children, affordable housing options, and support groups.
Broward County employs over 7,000 people in a variety of careers in approximately eighty divisions from Aviation to Parks & Recreation, Libraries and many more. The Broward County Careers website offers an online system which allows you to explore and apply for jobs within the Broward County government. Free registration is required to apply for employment.
The School Board of Broward County, Florida, employs over 36,800 full and part-time employees in a variety of jobs including teaching, custodial, food service, transportation, secretarial and many more. Job openings and requirements are listed on their website.
The CareerBuilder website allows you to search for South Florida jobs from the Sun-Sentinel classifieds plus job listings from career sites nationwide. It also includes job-related resources, tools, and advice, as well as information on career fairs. Other features requiring free registration include the ability to create or post a resume, and set up job alerts.
CareerOneStop is a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Web site that offers career resources, including a resume tutorial and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.
State of Florida's career and job seeking website offers career planning resources, such as self-assessment tools, occupation analysis tools, skill matching and career exploration; training and educational programs; job seeking assistance such as employer profiles, resume and letter writing tools, interview tips, and job listings; and market analysis tools.
FINRA’s informative brochure helps the unemployed figure out how to handle their finances during a period of unemployment by taking the steps of controlling their finances, using all available employment services, and protecting themselves from financial fraud.
The South Florida Jobing.com website offers information on South Florida companies and employers, current job openings, job fairs, and more. Other features requiring free registration include the ability to post a resume, build resumes and cover letters, and set up email alerts.
JobsDirectUSA helps Americans find employment, provide businesses and corporations with the resources needed to successfully continue operating and help end the economic recession which led to millions of employment layoffs in 2008.
The Monster.com website offers information on job openings, job fairs, career advice and more. Additional features that require free registration include the ability to post a resume, set up email alerts and RSS feeds, and network with other registered users. More features are available for premium members at an additional cost.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The Handbook is revised every two years.
The USVA provides excellence in patient care, veterans' benefits and customer satisfaction. The department's employees continue to offer their dedication and commitment to help veterans get the services they have earned. Our nation's veterans deserve no less.
The WorkForce One website offers information on job searching, employers, posting resumes, career development, wages and salaries, job training and workshops, unemployment claims, veteran services, and more. Assistance is also available at the WorkForce One Centers. See the website for locations. Also see the following WorkForce One-affiliated job searching website: One Stop Job Center (SMIS)
The AARP Foundation has a broad array of services to help older workers find more meaningful employment. In addition to providing access to skills assessment and training, the AARP Foundation can even connect qualified individuals with on-the-job training at companies that value your experience and dedication.