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Internet Career Links

Place Your Resume on site:


  • This program is designed to help you develop the tools necessary for a thorough and meaningful career search. The information contained in the 7 Day Job Search Program is designed to help unemployed people to find employment, to help under-employed people to increase their employment, and to provide assistance to those looking for better jobs. It is also a valuable resource for parents, guidance officers and others looking for career information. ***Excellent Resource!!!***
  • - tips and writing samples of resumes and cover letters including job search help and examples of power words.
  • Federal Job Search simplifies your job search by capturing your personal search profile and matching it daily against our database of 30,636 federal job openings all across the U.S. and around the world.
  • search and apply for seasonal and part-time jobs for high school, college, and graduate students.
  • Yellow pages
  • Job search Website, Best Places To Find A Job

America's Job Bank
Database sponsored
by Dept. of Labor.
400,000+ jobs
in many careers.
Search more than
160,000 postings.

Career Magazine
Search by location
or keyword.

Career Shop
Search by category
or keyword.
Searches 300 job
sites for you.
Extracts jobs from
company Web sites.
Lots of jobs in
many industries.

Searches 75+ job
sites at once.

Formerly JobTrak; for
affiliated colleges.

Excite Classifieds
Search more than
100,000 job listings.

& technical openings.

Career City
Search by category
and profession.

Career Site
Let them e-mail
openings to you.
Advanced search
finds openings.

Career Fairs:

Fairs by region,
date & keyword.

Submit your resume
to exhibitors.
Search fairs
by profession.

American Job Fairs
Find job fairs

Career City - Job Fair
Virtual job fair
highlights companies.

Women for Hire
Top employers seek
qualified candidates.

Brass Ring
Upcoming technical
career fairs.

NAACP Career Fair
Diversity job
fairs nationwide.

Resource Materials

Finding and subscribing to quality professional magazines has never been so convenient and easy. Just browse the subject areas on the left, find and click on the trade publications that best match your skills and interests, and simply answer the questions on the qualification form.

If your application is accepted by the publisher, you will receive a FREE, year-long subscription! or

The Riley Guide is here to guide you through the many online sites and services that are useful for your job search. We do not post jobs nor resumes, we don't review resumes, and we cannot forward them to others on your behalf. We will happily consider linking to your website if it provides job leads or other helpful information for job seekers.

This site is designed as a supplement to my book, What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers, published by Ten Speed Press.
It will be particularly helpful if used along with that book, as there is much that is covered there that I cannot cover here.

The menu to the left will tell you what you will find here. It basically divides into two parts: (1) A 'Net Guide' to guide you in doing part of your job-hunt here on the Internet. Below are some of the things you can do in the Net Guide. Click on whatever interests you. (2) There is also an extensive Library of articles, written by me, and my friends Bob Rosner and Peter Weddle. This Library will be expanding week by week, so visit here often.