The Jobs Board
The Maywood Public Library District is a job information resource center, so we encourage you to visit our Jobs Board, located on the first floor across from the Computer Center. The Jobs Board is divided into four categories: customer service, warehouse, professional, and non-professional jobs.
Located to the right of the Jobs Board is the Work Buzz Tripod, with news on upcoming job fairs, seminars, and other related events. On the left, you can find a stand with free publications such as the Employment Source.
Post up to five different resumes online. You may choose various privacy levels in case you do not want every online company to view your resume.
CC Job Net.com
This job website was created by a number of junior colleges located in northern Illinois.
Chicago Transit Authority Second Chance Program
An initiative provided by the combined efforts of the City of Chicago, social service agencies, and the Department of Family and Support Services. People that have difficulty finding employment may use this service to acquire full-time jobs and training.
Exploring Your Career Options
Offers suggestions on preparing for college, forms of aid, who can receive it, and repaying student loans.
Illinois Community College Board
Resources on locating community colleges, contacting them, and seeing what job opportunities are available.
Illinois Community College Jobs
Locate staff, student, and faculty positions at Illinois community colleges.
Illinois Department of Employment Security
A state website for applying for unemployment insurance, claiming benefits, gaining information on the career and labor market, and accessing Illinois worknet.
Illinois Work Net Center
A site for either individuals who are planning a career, or businesses searching for talent, training resources, or information for management.
This databases can be used to search through multiple job banks.
Job Star Central
View the salary ranges of different jobs to get a better idea of which jobs you want to apply for online.
This site will allow you to make complex online resumes that cover almost every question a company may
Receive information on borrowing, earning, saving, and investing your money.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
A useful resource for teachers, lawyers, nurses, and other professions. Explanations on the required levels of education needed for certain careers can also be found here.
Retirement Income Calculator
Online method for calculating your TSP monthly payments and life annuity.
Snag a Job.com
A recommended website for people who are looking for hourly employment. These types of jobs are often difficult to find on many of the other online job services.
Triton: Career Services
This section of Triton College's website had PDF files of some of the recent job opportunities that are currently available through 11 community
Triton College: College Central Network Services
Recent job postings can sometimes be found through this website offered by Triton College.
USA Jobs: Working for America
The official job site for the federal government, with specific jobs searches for students, veterans, senior executives, and people with disabilities.
This website has an expert moderated message board that shares information concerning the latest corporate news and job advice. It also allows people to network with one another.
The West Suburban Journal
The Chicago Tribune
The Chicago Sun Times
Top 100 Careers Without a Four-Year Degree: Your Complete Guidebook to Good Jobs in Many Fields by Laurence Shatkin
Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities by Daniel J. Ryan
NCLEX-PN Practice Questions by Wilda Rinehart
Where the Jobs Are Now: The Fastest-Growing Industries and How to Break Into Them by Joe Watson
250 Best-Paying Jobs by J. Michael Farr
One Week Job by Sean Aiken