(*) Sponsored by the US Department of Labor, this site has a ton of resources for job seekers. Explore careers, including salaries and education; search for jobs; learn about writing resumes; and do much more here.
My Path Careers
Use this interactive site from WorkSource Oregon to explore career options that fit your interests and skills. Especially helpful for students and youth.
Employment Department Job Listings
Search job listings across Oregon by occupation/field or location.
Oregon Employment Department
This site from the state gives Oregonians access to resources about employment and everything related to it, including unemployment. Information is available in Spanish.
Through this site, Oregonians can research careers, search job openings, and check out industry trends and employment statistics. Information is also available in Spanish.
Indeed Job Search Engine
Similar to the Simply Hired job search engine, you can use this site to look for jobs by job title, keywords, or company. Narrow your search by looking for jobs within a particular city or state.
Simply Hired Job Search Engine
Use this search engine to look for jobs by job title, skills, or company. Narrow your search by looking for jobs in a particular city or state.
USAJOBS for Students
If you're a student or a recent graduate and are interested in federal employment opportunities, start your search here. You'll find job listings, fellowships, internships, and volunteer opportunities.
Polish your resume and cover letter writing skills by reviewing samples, tips, and tools from this site.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this handbook is a great way to learn about careers. With this guide, you can find out about training and education, salaries, expected job prospects, job duties, and working conditions for hundreds of careers.