Try the three resources below to locate jobs in New York State. For more assistance with job searches and resume writing resources visit us at the Newfane Free Library.
Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center
Ferguson’s covers 94 different industries in 16 major “clusters” on its site. Colleges and trade schools are highlighted, as well as career assessment. Find blog posts on leadership, internships, hiring practices, and more.
Experts advise on best resumes, tabulate “profession outlooks” on up-and-coming careers, as well as tips specific to recent graduates. There are also “Career Q & A” videos from professionals in 84 areas of interest.
Explore Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center today!
Niagara’s WorkSourceOne is the largest Employment & Training initiative in Niagara County. At the two One-Stop Career Center locations, Niagara’s WorkSourceOne harnesses the resources of various organizations in Niagara County to provide a seamless array of services to both local businesses and to job seekers who are unemployed, under-employed, or “dislocated” due to business closure or significant lay-off of the workforce. See what is available for Job Seekers and for Businesses at the Niagara Worsourceone website.
Browse jobs by category, company or by city. Get more visibility from employers by posting a resume. Use a Career Assessment to find a career you’ll love. See what is available for you at BuffaloHelpWanted.com!
Job Openings in New York State
- Visit the State’s current job openings in New York’s 10 regional economies. New Yorkers can view the region they live in, see which industries are growing and find out what jobs are available in that economic sector. Job opening numbers are updated frequently.
- Take our short survey now about your social media and technology use to help improve our programs.
- View videos that offer information and advice to job seekers, including about an electronic job-matching technology tool known as SMART.
New York State Department of Labor Site
See what jobs are available at the New York State Department of Labor’s job search website. Other resources are there for individuals and businesses.