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Cleveland Job Corps Center, 13421 Coit Road, Cleveland, OH 44110, Phone: (216) 541-2500
Ohio Dept. of Jobs & Family Services - 615 W Superior Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113 - health care, food stamps, career counseling (216) 787-3407
Ohio Dept. of Jobs & Family Services - 1841 Prospect Ave, E, Cleveland, OH 44115 - (216) 787-3499
Job Fairs and Open House Listings in Ohio <Link>
CSU Job Fair - <Link> Best Website to find work: www.monster.com
Who is Hiring in America: http://www.dailyjobcuts.com/jobs.htm Layoffs, Closings in America: http://www.dailyjobcuts.com/ Economy News: http://www.dailyjobcuts.com/economy-news.htm
Global Cleveland Initiative "Job Seekers - Search Here!"
- Programs for job seekers<Link> Cleveland Job Fairs:
Cleveland State University Career Services Center
Cleveland Employment Guide: http://cleveland.employmentguide.com/ Maximus Jobs - Northeast Ohio:
National Career Fairs Job Fair
Information for Jobseekers & Recruiters
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Companies Hiring in Northeast Ohio 2020
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Ohio Technical College
1374 E. 51st St., Cleveland Ohio 44103 877-611-9840 Automotive, Motorcycle Repair - Choose from a wide array of technician training programs in automotive, motorcycle, diesel equipment, collision repair and refinishing, classic car restoration, high performance and racing, alternative fuel vehicles, power generator systems, and BMW. http://www.ohiotech.edu/
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download online. http://www.myjobapps.com/ Very Helpful Resume Building Website: Resume Writing Help, Information and useful tips. www.helpmyresume.org
Cleveland Career Board - Search for local jobs, by occupation, category
PC Magazine recently published a list of the best job search web sites:
Each of these sites takes different approaches to helping you find a job and there is no one site perfect for everyone.
We have compiled the list, and added to it, to give jobseekers a wide variety of links to choose from.
1) Beyond - www.beyond.com - claims to be the largest network of "niche career opportunities."
2) CareerBuilder - www.careerbuilder.com - partially owned by Gannett, the parent company of WKYC.
The web site gets more than 23 million visitors a month.
3) Craigslist - www.craigslist.org - a site for people focused on searching for jobs within their local communities.
4) ExecuSearch - www.execu-search.com - a selective, higher-tier job search property.
5) Hound - www.hound.com - shows jobs from employer web sites only.
6) Indeed - www.indeed.com - works as an aggregator for listings from major job web sites.
7) JobCentral - www.jobcentral.com - a service formed by a non-profit consortium of big U.S. companies.
8) JobServe - www.jobserve.com - claims to be the "world's first" internet recruitment service.
9) LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com - a social network site for professionals. Highly recommended by local recruiters and job coaches.
10) Monster - www.monster.com - one of the best-known global job-listings site. Also offers resume and interviewing advice.
11) Oodle - www.oodle.com - specializes in online classifieds, including a job classifieds section.
12) onTargetjobs - www.ontargetjobs.com - owns a lot of smaller niche sites.
13) SimplyHired - www.simplyhired.com - aggregates listings from major job web sites.
14) SnagAJob - www.snagajob.com - its focus is on hourly employment only.
15) TheLadders - www.theladders.com - the site has branded itself as the place to look for $100k+ jobs.
16) Trovix - www.trovix.com - free search engine makes the job-search process more personalized.
17) TweetMyJobs - www.tweetmyjobs.com - supplies Twitter users with job listings that are derived from numerous channels.
18) USAJobs - www.usajobs.com - the official job site for the U.S. government.
19) Yahoo HotJobs - www.hotjobs.yahoo.com - one of the biggest job sites on the web.
Listing of the jobs with the highest number of openings in Northeast Ohio region:
1. Information Registered nurses
2. Truck drivers
3. Retail salespersons
4. Customer service representatives
5. First-line supervisory/manager in food service
6. Industrial engineer
7. Computer systems analyst
8. Sales reps, wholesale & manufacturing
9. Medical and health services managers
10. Executive secretaries & administrative assistants
How to Stop Rowing in Circles until You Sink... Time to Grow!
Fitting in is the path to regret. Leaders don’t fit in they stand out. Bureaucrats fit in.
Standing out is dangerous in some organizational cultures; you’ll get beat down till you conform. Conformity is death.
Positive impact confronts the sludge of stagnant organizations.
Something: People of impact are known for something. Reputation establishes identity improves impact, and advances potential.Stop rowing your boat in circles till it sinks.
Not Known: What are you known for? When people see you, what do they think? If you aren’t known for something:
You’re stuck in can’t, won’t, or I don’t think so.
Influence grows when you’re known for something. Could it be thank you notes?
What blocks people for being known for something? How can they rise above?
Cleveland area businesses hiring: www.amtrustgroup.com/Careers/Default.aspx Job Seekers Toolkit:
1. Your First Step - Linkedin!
Linkdin the worlds de-facto job board, where your first interview happens without you. add keywords, not your whole resume.
2. Facebook: not just for fun anymore!
remember recruiters aren't just looking for your skills and experience, they want to see the 3 dimensional you,
keep your party photos on your camera. The politics, religion and same-sex marriage are taboos.
3. Show your Talents on YouTube
4. Get your Tweet On
Tweet Grader www.Tweet.Grader.com
5. Stalk Headunters with TwitJobSearch.com
6. Social Network - Try About.me
7. Old Fashioned Tip - Research on the Internet
Slow down, create a Profile, that makes it easy for you to be found.