Jobs & Careers

America’s Virtual One Stop

Whether you’re searching for a new job, continuing your education, researching labor market information, or ready to find a new career, America’s Virtual OneStop offers fast access to a complete set of tools in one website.

Job & Career Accelerator

Helping Job Seekers Get Hired, Every Step of the Way. Job & Career Accelerator is the industry’s most comprehensive, online job search system that puts job seekers on the Fast Track to getting hired. Available as part of the databases.


This website is sponsored by the U.S. Dept. of Labor and focuses on providing tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and professionals identify career opportunities and informed choices. Some of the resources available are: occupation and industry information, salary data, career videos, education resources, self-assessment tools and career exploration assistance.

Michigan Jobs and Career Portal

This state-sponsored site is a starting place where you can search for jobs and find financial aid for school and job training resources. You can learn about in-demand careers, new occupations and regional job fairs.

Michigan Talent Bank

Job seekers can search through over 15,000 new job openings monthly and post resumes for the over 40,000 employers who use the service.  Employers can sign up to search more than 600,000 resumes to find their candidate.  This is a free service administered by the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Growth and Michigan Works.

O*Net Online

An extensive database of occupational information. This site includes everything from the type of skills need to for each job option to the amount of education/experience typically required to the occupational outlook for that career field. A great resource for learning about new fields and finding out what it will take to get the job of your dreams.

Riley Guide

A great site full of information about how to think about and approach job searches, resume and interview tips and links to several other helpful resources. The Riley guide provides a wealth of information.

Internet Public Library provides a listing of high quality employment related websites. They have sites on everything from job descriptions, resume and interview help to the best job search sites.