Helpful Resources for Job Help
If you prefer staffing services, check Haley Marketing for staffing services in Massachusetts: haleymarketing.com
Or you can search the following websites:
Boston Craigslist: http://boston.craigslist.org—job listings in the Greater Boston area, including the Merrimack Valley, Metro West, North Shore, and South Shore
Oodle Marketplace Boston: http://boston.oodle.com/job/—job listings in the Boston area. Also check the “Site Map” to browse jobs by state or category.
Boston.com’s job site: http://www.boston.com/jobs—online version of The Boston Globe‘s “Help Wanted” section, partnered with Monster.com. The listings are much more extensive than the print edition, and the site also includes several sections for career advice.
Boston Career Link: http://www.bostoncareerlink.org/—located in 1010 Harrison Ave, Boston, MA. Phone: (617) 536-1888. Provides basic help for job seekers, including a resource room which has listings of immediate job openings, job readiness workshops, and computer access. A membership orientation workshop is required to use the services. Membership is free.
The Boston Herald Jobfind: http://www.bostonherald.com/jobfind/—online version of The Boston Herald‘s “Help Wanted” section, partnered with Yahoo.com
BostonJobs: http://www.bostonjobs.com/—exclusively for jobs and employment listings in the Greater Boston area
Massachusetts JobQuest: https://jobquest.detma.org/jobquest/default.aspx—a career center located in Boston with a wide range of free services. They have workshops on topics such as resume basics, interviewing skills, computers for beginners, and videotaped mock interviews. Most services are free or low-cost.
The WorkPlace: http://www.workplace.org/—provides free membership and links to employment resources on their website. Additionally, they provide career counseling, resume and cover letter critique workshops, job seekers’ groups, a career resource library, monthly workshops, and career coaching and interview preparation sessions.