The Top 9 Websites for Government Employees and Job-Seekers
Currin Berdine | GovCentral
Government Job-Seeker Websites
As a government job seeker, or any type of person in need of a job, it can be confusing as to where you should go for what information. The Department of Labor has stepped up its game, especially during these tough times, and created
Bureau of Labor Statistics
At the BLS website, you know you’ll find the most factual information on state-by-state job market information, employment projections and job trends – public or private sector. We very frequently site the BLS statistics in our reports such as 7 Booming Federal Career Fields.
The best BLS tools:
- Employment Projections: (Go to Page)
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: (Go to Page)
- State-by-State Job Info: (Go to Page)
- Search by Your Occupation: (Go to Page)
Career One Stop
Career One Stop is a site sponsored by the Department of Labor, and is a source for “employment information and inspiration.” Useful advice on interviews, resumes, and job training.
The best Career One Stop tools:
Department of Labor Mainpage
What could possibly be better for a job seeker than the mecca of labor itself? Find all the documents, forms, legalities, and certification info you need for any type of employment.
The best Department of Labor tools:
- Job Seeker Find It! Index: (Go to Page)
No need to list more – this page has it all!
USAJobs.gov, The Office of Personnel Management
Okay, this might seem like an obvious choice. And we’ll admit it isn’t the most thrilling site out there, but it is darn useful. All open government vaccancies are listed on USAJobs. Plus, as a government job-seeker, you are required to submit your application through USAJobs.
What’s More: The job search recently got a makeover! Read more.
The best USAJobs.gov tools:
- New Job Search: (Go to Page)
- Job Interest Matching Guides: (Go to Page)
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Jobs: (Go to Page)