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Launch Magazine

Job Search Resource Sites

The world’s #1 job site, with over 180 million unique visitors every month from over 50 different countries.

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This site lists over 2,000 State Employment Service offices.

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State of Michigan site that links potential employees with State jobs.


CareerBuilder is a free career search site that features a large number of open positions for job seekers. The companies featured on CareerBuilder lists all of their open jobs and provide a wealth of information about their benefits, products, and opportunities.


Glassdoor provides an inside look at jobs and companies, with anonymous reviews and salary data.

Local Volunteer & Community Resource Organizations

Volunteering in our community is a way to stay engaged. These links provide an overview of volunteer opportunities in our area. Volunteering allows you to support a worthy cause as well as provide a valuable experience for your resume.

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UWWC volunteer center
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Habitat for Humanity

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Employment Trends

Labor Market Information State by State
Labor market information includes statistics on employment, wages, industries, and other factors affecting the world of work. The links from The Riley Guide take users to labor market information for the individual states so that data can be compared across states.

Michigan Labor Market Information
This site offers forecasting, wage and trend information specific to the State of Michigan.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
This searchable guide includes basic information on how occupations are expected to grow or decline in the next five to ten years. This site has information on employment trends and current hot jobs.

State Occupational Projections
This site contains projections of occupational employment growth developed for all states and the nation as a whole. One of the most important uses of these is to help individuals make informed career decisions. Users can review information on projected employment growth for an occupation in several states or select several occupations and compare their growth projection in one state only. The projections found here are usually updated on a two-year cycle.