In the library, or online with your library
card, access these e-sources:
Learning Express Library
E-source with courses for job search and
workplace skills: resumes, interviewing,
cover letters, networking, and business
writing. Plus, test preparation for
employment tests, civil service tests, math, GED, SAT, grammar, and more.
WOIS: The Career Information System
E-Source provides Washington state
information about hundreds of careers
including salary range, descriptions of job
duties, skills & training requirements, plus
the schools and training locations where the
needed education is offered. Take free skills and interest tests, and
immediately get a list of career matches. (In
An E-source directory of businesses across
the country; search by company name,
city/county/state, or category of business.
The Library has free computer classes to
help you learn basic computer skills &
internet, word processing, email, and more.
See the calendar of events, and call
425-257-8000 to sign up for upcoming
Books and other sources
The Library has hundreds of helpful books,
articles, and electronic sources.
of these links to get you started: (each
links to a pre-set keyword search)
Great internet sites for job
Job Search Washington
Search thousands of Job openings in
Washington. Post your resume.
Local Jobs by Industry
Look for local jobs by Industry
(Healthcare, Trades, Manufacturing,
Apprenticeships & Jobs in WA
Link to apprenticeship openings and
information about apprentice programs.
Also link to work programs for Teens and
Find job search workshops and lots of
other employment help through WorkSource
Search classified job listings from the
Seattle Times. Post your resume.
Search job listings by keyword or
category. Post a resume. Learn resume
and cover letter tips, and download
resume templates. Take career tests.
Search thousands of job postings by job
title or State. Discover job trends.
Search Job listings in non-profit
organizations all over the country
AmeriCorps in Washington
Information about service programs
offering adults18-24 years old an
opportunity to earn money for college
while providing service to meet our
Washington Workforce Explorer
Assess your interests and skills. Get
information about occupations that fit
Career One Stop
Job and career resources for businesses,
job seekers, students and professionals.
Sponsored by the U.S. Dept of Labor
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Information about expected job
prospects, earnings, working conditions,
job search tips, training & education,
job market reports, and more
Directory of Internet job resources,
employment opportunities, salary
surveys, and job seeking advice