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Free for all job seekers, LinkUp is a job search engine that has listings straight from employer websites, preventing fraudulent, duplicate, or outdated listings.
O*NET is the nation's primary source of occupational information.
The O*NET database” contains “information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors.
This very user-friendly site provides an assessment of the job seeker's interests and abilities, a description of tasks required for specific jobs, salary ranges, similar jobs, and a list of available jobs. Find links to other job related web sites including a Civil Service information page and a site with information about State exams for students. Make use of the site's resume maker, cover letter maker, and reference list maker.
Covers all the North Country and has a classified section that appears to have more job listings than the printed newspaper.
Registration is free. Open up the site map to see what information is available on this exhaustive employment site. For example, there are links to a number of New York State newspapers.
The classified sections of the following newspapers are available at this site. Check out ads in the Watertown Daily Times, Malone Telegram, Carthage Tribune, Ogdensburg Journal, Daily Courier Observer, St. Lawrence Plaindealer, and the Lowville Journal Republican.
Civilian jobs on all military bases and posts are listed here. To get to the Fort Drum link, click on the New York State listings and then choose Fort Drum.
Listed here are American and Canadian jobs in the St. Lawrence River area of both countries. The colleges and hospitals list many of their job openings here.
Look here for jobs in Lake Placid, Tupper Lake, North Creek, Glens Falls, Lake George, Albany, and surrounding areas.