Jobs & Careers


Getting Started

CareerOneStop - by the U. S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Admin.

Riley Guide

Job Hunters Bible

O*NET Interest Profiler - a self-assessment career exploration tool that can help you discover the type of work activities and occupations you may like and find exciting.


Job Postings


Job Listings -- Riley -- index

Openings in WI

Monster Jobs


America's Job Bank



U.S. Papers by State

Classified Ads -- index


Salary Guides

See Salary Surveys


Wisconsin Indexes

Winnefox Employment Help Center

Job Center of WI

(formerly JobNet)
State of Wisconsin's official job portal. Job Center requires you to create an account; this includes submitting your Social Security #.


Dept. of Workforce Dev.

DWD Home Page

Fox Cities WDC

WI Job Center

WI Seasonal Jobs - WI JobNet

WI Job Centers--Directory

Job Service: a value added partner to the Wisconsin Workforce Development system, providing labor exchange services to businesses and job seekers through the many Job Centers located throughout Wisconsin and also through the Job Center of Wisconsin employment web site. Local Job Service staff are available to assist by providing the following information and services.

  • Job Search Assistance
  • Individual and Group Career Exploration
  • Re-employment Services to Unemployment Insurance Claimants
  • Labor Market Information and Resources for Employers and Job Seekers
  • Job Seeker Resource Rooms with Computer Access and Staff Assistance Available
  • Workshops to Assist Job Seekers with Resumes, Interview Techniques, and other work search skills
  • Technical assistance and liaison services to employers in recruitment and workforce retention planning
  • State of WI Jobs

    WI State Employment

    Job Search

    Test Centers & Exam Dates


    More WI Job Sites

    Monster Jobs: WI

    WI Job Network

    Federal Jobs in WI

    Nation Job: Fox Cities

    Nation Job: Oshkosh

    Nation Job: Other Communities


    WI Newspapers

    WI Newspapers Online -- index


    Green Bay Press-Gazette

    Madison Newspapers

    WISinfo Classifieds


    Best Job Search Engines

    Top Job Boards

    How to Apply for a Job

    How to Interview

    12 Things You Don't Need to Job Search


    Identifying Your Career Interests

    O*NET - this database of info feeds into CareerOneStop's portal; includes details on skills, knowledge, & abilities required for certain jobs, as well as good words to use in resumes for certain positions

    O*Net Career Exploration tools - includes various free tests for abilities and interests, as well as pinpointing what is important to you in a job, thereby helping you identify occupations that you may find satisfying based on the similarity between your work values (such as achievement, autonomy, and conditions of work) and the characteristics of the occupations. Most tests are available in printable, paper-form as well as online. Tests are followed up with Score Reports (such as for the Interest Profiler Score Report, which gives you ideas and options for jobs in your area of interest based on level of preparation or education needed).

    Occupational Outlook -- US Dept of Labor provides info on hundreds of different types of jobs

    Career InfoNet

    Career Guides -- JobStar

    Career Overview

    Licensed Occupations