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SCSEP: Online Job Source Tools

Searching for job information online can sometimes feel overwhelming.  A single search can produce hundreds of different websites using up valuable time sorting through them all.  We’ve made it a little easier for you by compiling a master list of what we think are some of the best career resources online. Knowing which websites to enter will maximize your time and effort.  These websites offer career planning tools, job boards and sound career advice.  Choose from a list of recommended job search websites for mature job seekers.

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Career Coach is a complete program that will help you learn about good careers, set a career goal, and make plans to reach it.   Career Coach is a component of the Women Employed site whose mission is to improve the economic status of women and remove barriers to economic equity. 

The Career One Stop is your pathway to career success.  It holds tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. 

Secrets of the Job Hunt is a social network with career podcasts, blogs and forums for job seekers and career advice professionals. 

JobTitled is focused on helping everyone make better career decisions through the use of analytics. It’s a place to learn more about your career path and what else is out there.  This tool calculates trends such as how people get into a position, where they go when they leave, and what degrees they have.  This site is a powerful tool that opens up new ways of thinking about your career and the working world. 

BoomersNextStep.com   Boomers are over 75 million strong in the USA and growing stronger worldwide.  This web site offers tools, resources and guidance for boomers. 

The jobs4.0 mission is the leading source of job opportunities for candidates 40 and over. Jobs4.0 means real jobs at great companies that value diversity of experience. 

RetireeWorkforce.com is dedicated to providing exciting employment opportunities for experienced and motivated retirees. Their job database contains unique part-time, flexible, seasonal and even full-time positions specifically for more experienced candidates.  The goal is to match organizations with these experienced, reliable and hard-working employees.

Seniors4Hire.org is a nationwide online Career Center and the #1 place on the Internet for businesses that value a diverse workforce to actively recruit folks in the U.S. 50 and older including retirees and senior citizens looking for a job and/or other ways to earn money. 

WiserWorker.com is not only a place to find employment; they provide a resource for older workers in all aspect of their lives.  Live Young, Work Wiser.  

Workforce50.com has the mission of finding quality employment opportunities for America's older workers.  On this site you can search for jobs or browse an array of workforce topics written by experts in their field. 

Weddles.com is your guide to resources for employment, personal development and career success.  They are devoted to helping job seekers and career activist use the internet to find a new or better job and build a healthy and rewarding career.  

O*NET OnLine is your tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!  Browse groups of similar occupations to explore careers.  Focus on occupations that use a specific tool or software. 

For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you about the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.  In addition, the Handbook gives you job search tips, links to information about the job market in each State, and more. You can also view frequently asked questions about the Handbook. 

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