Job Search Tips
Before beginning your job search, you may want to ask yourself these questions:
- Have you decided what kind of job you're looking for?
- Are you familiar with the job market?
- Do you know how to write a resume and cover letter?
- Are you confident in your interviewing and negotiating skills?
- Have you considered using employer tax incentives to market yourself?
If you would like to learn more, you can get personal service from your local Nevada JobConnect office. Or you may want to consider the following job search tip resources:
U.S. Dept. of Labor–Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook offers jobs search tips, information on training and education, earnings, expected job prospects, working conditions, links to information about the job market, and more.
Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation
This Nevada-based state government site provides valuable job seeker services including a career enhancement program, a comprehensive career guidance system, foreign labor certification, available forms, job search workshops, labor market information, layoff assistance, short term labor assistance, unemployment benefits, veteran services, vocational counseling, work opportunity tax credits, youth employment services, and more.
Know the Job Market
Click here to link to Nevada JobConnect's Labor Market Information.