Job Search Sites
Indeed enables you to search jobs posted on thousands of websites. Employers also post jobs directly on Indeed. Get daily emails with jobs that match any search. Use mobile website and apps.
Search for jobs, post your resume, get career advice, and create an account to be found by recruiters.
Browse federal jobs, create a profile, upload resumes and documents, set e-mail search alerts, and apply for federal jobs online.
Create a Resume
My Perfect Resume
Build your resume and find detailed examples from a variety of work and educational experiences.
Use this resource to check your resume for skills, training, experience, format, and appearance.
General Employment Resources
GCF LearnFree.org Subject: Work
Explore free tutorials to help you with cover letters, interviewing skills, job applications, job search and networking, resume writing, career planning, communication skills, and work technology like QuickBooks and Microsoft Office.
GCF Learn Free: How to create an e-mail account
Email is often used instead of the US mail in applying for jobs, sending information to employers, and receiving responses. Email is capable of sending pictures and attached files. This site will show you how to set up an email address to use in your job search.
Career One Stop
From the US Department of Labor, this site offers resources on careers, training, resumes, interviews, networking, and finding job openings.
Practice Online Job Application
The Stratford Library in Connecticut created this practice job application to help you prepare for filling out applications online.
Top Interview Questions
Monster.com lists the top 100 job interview questions, with tips for good answers.
Job Seekers with Criminal Records
Learn how to navigate the application process and overcome some of the more difficult aspects including job gaps in the resume, background checks, and interviewing on this GCF LearnFree.org page.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes this online guide to help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Learn about OSHA’s laws and regulations, file a safety and health complaint, find an OSHA office, and more from this US Department of Labor site.
Youth and Labor Work Hours
Youth under 18 years of age are restricted in the amount of hours, time of day, and type of work according to state and federal child labor laws. Find out more on this site.
Experience Works: Employment for Older Adults
Experience Works is a national nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of older people through training, community service, and employment.
Good Workplace Behaviors
HowToDoThings.com provides tips to help you have good manners and right actions at work.
How to clean up your online reputation
This Monster.com article helps you assess and repair social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) posts that could hurt your job search.
My Next Move
My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about career options through tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers.
Developed for the U.S. Department of Labor, the O*NET database includes information on skills, abilities, knowledge, work activities, and interests associated with over 900 occupations.
Career One Stop Veteran and Military Transition Center
This US Department of Labor site is a one-stop website for employment, training, and financial help after military service.
Oklahoma Veterans Employment Resources
This site at the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission offers employment resources for veterans.
Local Employment Resources
OK Job Match
This site provides job seekers with easy-to-use tools that help you create and post a resume, determine whether you’re eligible for state or federally funded workforce programs, search for the ideal job, search for training, research labor market information, and more.
Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
OESC is your link to employment and training, unemployment benefits, labor market data, and much more.
Assistance is available through Workforce Oklahoma Centers located throughout the state. The centers have employment and training programs including career counseling, skill assessments, training, job search assistance, and referrals to programs and services.
Oklahoma’s network of 29 technology centers on 58 campuses serves high school and adult learners with specialized career training in more than 90 instructional areas. High school students living in a technology center district attend tuition free, while adults are charged nominal tuition. Technology center students also are able to earn highly affordable and transferable college credit from area colleges in many career majors.
Oklahoma Department of Labor
The mission of the Oklahoma Department of Labor is to foster, promote and develop the welfare of the wage-earner, through the licensing and regulation of certain industries, investigating employee wage disputes, and promoting workplace safety initiatives.
File your unemployment claim in Oklahoma and get more information on this site.
Information about job fairs across the state.