Jobs and Job Training

DigitalLiteracy.gov

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke launched DigitalLiteracy.gov, a new online portal to help Americans find jobs and obtain the 21st century skills being sought by today's employers. The Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) developed DigitalLiteracy.gov in partnership with nine Federal agencies, with the goal of creating an online hub for librarians, educators, and other digital literacy practitioners to share content and best practices. Through DigitalLiteracy.gov, NTIA is making available to all Americans the methods for improving broadband adoption that are being developed by Recovery Act projects.

Finger Lakes Times Help Wanted

Scan the local listings of jobs published in the Classified section of the Finger Lakes Times. Generally lists 10-25 jobs.

Finger Lakes Workforce

Need a job? Looking for workers? Finger Lakes Workforce is the "one stop" in Geneva to contact and visit. The mission of the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board is to improve the economic well being of job seekers and employers in the region by aligning human potential with opportunities in the workplace.

Finger Lakes Works

Visit or call the "One Stop" in Geneva at 70 Elizabeth Blackwell Street, Geneva, (315) 789-1771. Connects job seekers with local businesses. Provides information to the public about employment, education and training in the Finger Lakes area and is part of the New York State Department of Labor One Stop Career Centers, managed locally by the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board.

FingerLakesHelpWanted.com

Find a job in the Finger Lakes region- browse by category or search by keyword, city or company.  Post your resume.  Place a Help Wanted ad.

JobNow

Live job coaching, resume assistance, practice tests, and job search help links all from one site.

Monster.com

Monster.com labels themselves as the premier global online employment solution for people seeking jobs and the employers who need great people. There you can search for current open positions through a variety of categories including specific locations, industries, or companies as well as by your specific skills or education experience.

MyBenefits in New York

This is New Yotk State site that provides information and online service for social and health services and tax credits.

mySkills myFuture

Work online to find new jobs. Enter job titles and your zip code. Identify potential jobs in your area or anywhere else in the United States. Learn about training and certification opportunities in your area. Job listings are from the National Labor Exchange and includes most state job banks, including New york State's, and corporate job sites as well.  List of jobs is updated daily. Certification information is updated monthly. Other education and training updated yearly. Developed by U.S Department of Labor CareerOneStop.

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