Job & Career Resources

Provided below is a selected list of links to job search and career information web sites. Please check with your local library for additional resources in your community.

Job Centers of Wisconsin

A Wisconsin-centered employment exchange, linking employers with job seekers. To use the Job Search feature you must first Create an account.

Work Registration for Unemployment Insurance (UI) and Reemployment Services (RES)

Follow the instruction on the Job Center Logon page. If you currently have an Unemployment Insurance logon, you can use that on the Job Center page. For additional information see the Registering for Work with Wisconsin Job Service FAQ.


WI Job & Development Centers

Use the Job Center Directory to find the nearest Wisconsin Job Center. Northeast WI job centers with web sites are listed below.

Search Engines

These sites allow you to quickly search across multiple web-based job listings . You can sign up for email or rss alerts for your searches.

  • SimplyHired - Aggregates results from job websites, newspapers, and other sources.
  • indeed - An easy to use search engine for jobs.
  • juju - A job search engine designed for ease and efficiency.

Mega Job Sites

In addition to job searching, these established sites offer a range of career information, advice, and resume posting services.

  • Wisconsin's WORKnet - Workforce and labor information, including job openings, wage comparisons, and information on starting a business.
  • CareerOneStop - U.S. Dept. of Labor site covering everything from careers, training, salaries, resumes, and job searches.
  • Guides for Specific Careers - From Accounting to Travel Agents, this site is a great subject index to career guides on the web.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook - A classic reference about occupations from A to Z. Compiled by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • JobStar Salary Surveys - Index to over 300 general and profession-specific salary surveys.
  • indeed Salary Search - Search salaries from over 50 million jobs in the past year.
  • o*NET - Provides comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.