Explore library career paths with this resource from the American Library Association. It provides resources to start or further a library career.
This site from the ALA-APA collects library-profession occupational data from sources like the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Occupational Outlook, and the Monthly Labor Review
Career One Stop allows you to compare library wage and trend information across states. Search for and select a library occupation. Then select "Compare Projected Employment" or "See More Wages" to compare.
Search for accredited library programs throughout the world
Career OneStop Toolkit
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor look here to find trends in employment, check education and skills needed for employment in specific fields, compare state profiles and cost of living data.
Job and Career Accelerator via JerseyClicks.org
Create resumes and cover letters, learn interviewing techniques, and prepare for related exams. Access millions of job listings. You will use your local New Jersey public library borrower’s card to access the database.
Keirsey Temperament and Character
Are you of an Artisan, Guardian, Rational, or Idealist temperament? Answer 36 questions and get a free temperament description. A more in-depth ten page assessment can be purchased. Available in 13 languages.
Offering women inspiration and support to learn and share experiences and support. Includes videos, talks, stories, and free online lectures in partnership with Stanford University’s Clayman Institute for Gender Studies and other experts.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook
The U.S. Department of Labor’s online version of this standard work provides searching by keyword, type of occupation (service, construction, sales, etc.) or by index. It also offers information on hot jobs, earnings, and links to relevant associations.
New Jersey Career Connections
New Jersey Career Connections offers valuable employment and training services to help you with your job hunt.
Find your local American Job Center
Get job search help from the federal government, including workforce services in your area and information on types of careers.
Glassdoor helps you find a job and company you love. Reviews, salaries and benefits from employees. Interview questions from candidates. Millions of jobs.
careerconnections.nj.gov/ provides job-seekers with job hunting information, training, and online tools to assess skills and interests.
Indeed.com Click here to find millions of jobs from thousands of company web sites, job boards and newspapers. one search
One-Stop Career Centers are the place to start when looking for a job. They are located throughout New Jersey and can help you develop the skills and obtain the training needed to succeed.
Job placement services for veterans.
Services for individuals with disabilities.
Starting a business in New Jersey.
VetJobs is the leading Internet niche job board catering to the 10.5 million military veterans currently in the work force