America's Career Infonet
Cited by the Library Journal as, "…a superb source of in-depth information on wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state labor-market conditions, national employer contacts, and links to 5,000 on-line resources." Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
The Riley Guide
"…this resource started in January 1994 and has been going strong ever since. The Riley Guide links you to hundreds of sources of information for job leads, career exploration, and potential employers. It even has information to help you explore new careers, new places to live, and new education and training options." — Margaret Riley Dikel (founder), 2002-03 Edition Guide to Internet Job Searching. (Also provides information and sources for résumés, cover letters, networking and salary guides.)
Current job openings, labor market information, veteran services, Idaho labor laws and advice on job search and career planning. Source: Idaho Department of Labor.
Quintessential Careers Randall Hansen, Ph.D., site founder and Webmaster states, “Quintessential Careers is the ultimate career, job and college site, offering comprehensive free expert career and job-hunting advice (through articles, tools, tips and tutorials), as well as links to all the best job sites. Special sections for teens, college students and all other job-seekers…with more than 1,700 pages of career and job-hunting content.”
Career Journal The Wall Street Journal's career site covers a wide variety of timely employment topics: hiring trends, job search, salary profile data, etc. Special Reports include “The 50+ Job Search” offering career advice for older job hunters and “Top Business Schools” the Journal's guide to the best M.B.A. programs.