– The most well-known nationwide job listing site. Use it as a basic job search site, or create an account to get access to other features such as the ability to post your resume for employers to find, and email notifications of new job postings that match your saved keyword searches.
– Similar to Monster, Career Builder.com is the site used by the Morning Call, so any jobs found in their classifieds can also be found here.
Pennsylvania CareerLink Lehigh Valley JobGateway
– An excellent all-around job hunting resource that also has job postings exclusive to the Lehigh Valley.
Lehigh Valley Craigslist
– While more and more large companies are posting job openings on Craigslist, where it really shines is the postings by small businesses and individuals. Its nature as an searchable online bulletin board is Craigslist’s best and worst quality; while the postings are largely monitored only by the users, you will find jobs here that the larger sites simply won’t have.
– This site focuses on hourly wage jobs, mostly in the retail sector, sortable by zip code. Featured companies include such national names as AT&T, Pizza Hut, and Burger King. You can apply for the job directly on SnagAJob.com after creating a free account.
Indeed Job Search Engine
– A Google-type search engine that only looks at job postings, Indeed will take your parameters do go to each job website for you. The jobs are then posted with a snippet of information, and a link you can click that will take you straight to the job posting on the website it was found on.
Simply Hired Job Search Engine
– Exact same setup as Indeed, and while the results you get here are mostly redundant after an Indeed search, it will have some results Indeed did not display.
– An online job repository that allows saving and distribution of your resume after the creation of a free account.
USAjobs Federal Job Listings
– A government funded website that has postings of jobs in the government and military.