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America’s Job Exchange
The successor to America's Job Bank, this site specializes in non-executive jobs.  Along with access to job listings, there are links to career resources, tools, and advice.

CareerBuilder  
Searchable job bank that lists over 400,000 job announcements. Also offers resume posting and access to classified ads from 45 daily newspapers.

CareerJournal.com 
Find business jobs at this Wall Street Journal site.

 Grocery-Store-Applications.com
Job resources and online applications for many of the grocery store chains across the country.
 
Indeed 
One Search. All Jobs.  Indeed.com is a search engine for jobs, allowing job seekers to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards.

US.jobs
US.jobs is a website directed by a nonprofit consortium of leading corporations. The website visitor may browse jobs by occupation, geography (national and international), and industry. A free account is available to manage your resume and saved searches and job agents. Career information on many topics is available as well.

Monster.com  
A leading career web site, offering services for both employers and job-seekers.

Ohio Means Jobs 
This site has "compiled electronic job opportunities from all of the major commercial job boards, niche industries, national and Ohio fortune 100 companies, and state of Ohio jobs all into one convenient location to help you find the right job in less time."

OnTargetjobs.com
OnTargetjobs.com focuses on job opportunities by industry and area of expertise, with an emphasis on accounting, biotech, healthcare, and hospitality. It is the “exclusive online career channel for Bizjournals.com”, online metropolitan business newspapers. Resumes may be posted, and articles and webinars may be accessed. 

SnagAJob
Is your job search focus on hourly and part-time jobs? Check out SnagAJob the website “with more than 100,000 active job listings”. Browse the listings by zip code or register at no cost for notification of listings in chosen areas.

TweetMyJobs
TweetMyJobs is a new service for recruiters and job seekers. Job seekers create a free account on Twitter and then subscribe to TweetMyJobs job channels by city and job type. Subscribers will receive job notifications via cell phones or by checking the account. 

U.S. Department of Labor - Job Seekers
This Department of Labor link provides its information and services for job seekers. Focus is on the following: Disability Resources, Job & Training Information, Layoff Resources, Wages & Work Hours, Statistical Information, and Workplace Safety and Health.