General Job Search

 Bright.com - Use your personal and professional contacts to discover job openings inside companies where you have connections. Bright is a social job site that specializes in helping students and recent college grads find jobs at companies where their friends and alumni are already working. Rather than swimming through a sea of job applications, Bright will show you references and job connections you never knew you had! With a free database of 2.5 million entry-level jobs and the social savvy of Facebook, Bright is a great way for new job seekers to access their futures. See a video demo of what Bright can do for you:  http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10150303634217437.

 

About.com: Job Searching - Everything you need for a successful job search including entry-level jobs, international, freelance, jobs by state or type, internships, a resume posting, and much much more.
AllStarJobs.com - Search for jobs in your specific city and state. Post resumes and other job search tools.
America's Job Bank - Look for a job in all 50 states!! This site pulls out job vacancies posted with each state's department of labor office.
CareerBuilder.com - The largest and most targeted search engine on the Web.  Scan the 50 largest, most recognizable career sites on the Web.  Search over 3 million job listings with one click.
CareerJournal - The premier executive career site from The Wall Street Journal that highlights the day's top stories and includes Find A Job and JobAlert features.
Chimby.com - CHIMBY is a vertical search engine that lets you search over 400 career advice sites at once.
CollegeRecruiter.com - Search for Internships and entry level jobs.
America's Job Exchange - This is the official website run by the Dept of labor…You can search by state, county. Good for re-locators.
FlipDog.com - With more jobs from more employers in every category, FlipDog.com is the single largest employment search engine on the Web.
Foothold World Wide, Inc. - A unique and extensive web-based company  designed with you in mind, by simplifying the task of researching schools and educational resources, obtaining solid career counseling, and looking for your dream job. Our goal is to bring key resources to you that will help lead you down the path to the career of your dreams.
GetaJob.com - Search by location, company, industry or keyword, GetTheJob.com connects you directly to potential employers.
GoliathJobs - A Free web-based employment service. Employers & recruiters post jobs at no charge. Industries include healthcare, education, small & large business, law, hospitality, government, nonprofit, technology, engineering, finance and more. Employers are verified giving job seekers peace of mind.
Hound.com - Search for jobs and internships by searching employers' career pages.
Internet Job Source - This site allows you to search for a job by state.
Job-Hunt.org -   An index of on-line resources for job hunters, organized into categories by major. They also allow you to search through job openings, post your resume, get advice on job seeking and career changing, and research potential employers and industries.
JobBankUSA.com - Specializes in providing employment and resume information services to job candidates, employers and recruitment firms.
JobVillage.com - Searches the major job boards from one location saving you an incredible amount of time. 
Job Postings.com - Job search site for current students and recent grads. Lots of other job search information too
Monster.com - Featuring over 1,700 pages of targeted career advice for all levels and areas, in-depth info and resources, plus the opportunity to research companies.
MonsterCollege.com - One of the largest and most popular employment sites on the internet. Providing full-time, part-time, temporary and internship opportunities to Pace students and alumni.
Quintessential Careers - A directory which allows you to go straight to the employment section of the companies where you might like to work. These corporate sites list all current job openings as well as giving you the specific requirements of how you should respond to job postings.
Real Match.com - Imagine a dating site, but for jobs. You enter your skills, employment history and job preferences. The employer enters their job requirements. Then the system matches between the two of you and presents the results according to how good the match is.
Riley Guide - Guides you through the many online sites and services that are useful for your job search.
Simply Hired - Search over 5 million by location, industry and/or occupation.
TrueCareers - A national, online career site providing an alternative to today's high volume, online job boards. Post your resume, search for jobs, and check out the Career Resources section.