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America's Job Banks

The last of America's job banks are listed below. For overseas and international job banks, see International Jobs.

NationJob Network
NationJob was among the pioneering job banks, and one of the first among the pioneers to offer automated job lists by email. It also offers U.S. and international job search facilities, resume posting, and several career resources and services. Some services are through third-parties who charge fees.

NotchUp
Get paid to interview! Instead of paying recruiters, companies are willing to pay you. NotchUp arranges it, at no charge to job seekers. Major companies such as Google, Genentech and Merill Lynch have joined NotchUp at this writing.

Programming From Home
Lists direct, contract and freelance jobs with telecommuting options from its network of computer job banks, including Telecommute-Jobs, Jobs For Networkers and Jobs For Programmers. Telecommuting ranges from part to full time. Resume posting and job searching are free, as are details of jobs with part-time telecommuting. Details of those with full-time telecommuting require a subscription.

Senior Job Bank
Part-time, temporary and occasional jobs for senior citizens in America, Canada and Australia. A non-profit organization dedicated to helping seniors stay in or go back to the workforce.

Tech Job Bank
U.S. technical jobs in a variety of disciplines and industries, confidential resume posting, and links to career resources and a few newsgroups. Includes selections for international locations.

Telecommute-Jobs
Lists only the genuine telecommuting jobs extracted from its network of computer job banks, including Programming From Home, Jobs For Networkers and Jobs For Programmers. Telecommuting benefits range from part to full time. By itself, the desire to telecommute is not enough to qualify for these jobs. You must also possess the required skills. Job searching is free, but you must subscribe to see the contact info for job postings.

ThinkJobs
Specializes in U.S. technical jobs with a focus on information technology, engineering, and energy production. Includes entry level. Accepts resumes and sends job notification by email.

Top Echelon
In their role running one of America's job banks as a network of independent recruiters, they offer employee, temp-to-permanent and contract job searching, plus resume posting, career articles, and recruiter contact info. In their role as a contract staffing firm, they offer an employer-of-record service for independent contractors, with weekly paychecks, tax withholding, and a full compliment of benefits, including insurance.

Veterans Job Bank
Centralizes job listings for veterans from various job banks and directly from employers. An initiative launched by the Obama Administration and provided through the National Resource Directory, an official government site.

WetFeet.com
Loads of free resources too numerous to list here. But to give you an idea, it offers U.S. and international job and internship listings; company, city and salary research; resume, interview and career-change tips; career and industry profiles; discussion (message) boards by topic; and career advice for undergraduates, graduates and MBAs. Jobs are through their partner True Careers. Their highly-acclaimed Insider Guides and other extras are competitively priced.

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