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Land your next Job

What resources, search engines, etc. are available when you are looking for a job? What is the most effective way to utilize all of the search tools at your disposal and which one is right for you? Answering these questions is the aim of this section of laidoffinerie.com. Your new career is right around the corner!

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PA CareerLink

The Commonwealth Workforce Development System (CWDS) provides access to Pennsylvania workforce development and independent living services provided by the Departments of Labor & Industry and Public Welfare. Find out more about these agencies below (links)

PA CareerLink
Pennsylvania Workforce Development
Pennsylvania Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Employment and Training Programs through Department of Public Welfare

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Monster.com

Monster is the largest job search engine in the world, with over a million job postings at any time and over 150 million resumes in the database (2008) and over 63 million job seekers per month. The company employs approximately 5,000 employees in 36 countries.

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HotJobs

Find a job, post your resume, research careers at featured companies, compare salaries and get career advice on Yahoo! HotJobs. Start your job search now on Yahoo! HotJobs - thousands of jobs listed daily.

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ErieHelpWanted.com

There are many ways you can use ErieHelpWanted.com to help you find the perfect new job. All these services are FREE. There's no charge. No hidden costs. Best of all, these jobs are local. You don't have to waste time wading through ads for jobs in other parts of the country.

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