Job Seekers and Career Tools

Career Websites:
Glassdoor Career Resources

Glassdoor is a free online career community where job seekers can look through company reviews, salaries, and interview information on over 340,000 companies in over 190 countries – all submitted by actual employees – and search through over 22 million open job postings.   While most job seekers can only access the site by creating an account with Glassdoor, the Library Partnership Program allows library patrons to connect to Glassdoor directly through a library website, bypassing the need to login or create an account.  Plus, it's free to you and the library!
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CareerBliss: www.careerbliss.com

Founded in 2008, CareerBliss is an online career community designed to help you find happiness in the workplace and your career. Put simply, we are an information hub for everyone in the workforce - direct employers, job seekers, and recruiters. We help our members achieve bliss at work through our national job board with 3.5 million job listings, 4 million salary comparisons, and millions of real company reviews written by real employees – people just like you.

Advance Your Career Through Blogging: https://blogging.im/career
Blogging.com offers a deep dive into how establishing yourself as a voice in your industry can massively improve your job prospects and advance your career.

Other Educational Resources:

Connecting Girls to Computer Science: Tools and Inspiration for Girls from Kindergarten to Career https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/girls-starting-computer-science/  

Online School Directory: http://www.onlineschools.org/guides/

Online Colleges in Texas: http://www.onlinecolleges.net/texas/

College Affordability Guide (Texas): http://www.collegeaffordabilityguide.org/schools/texas/

**These commercial sites are not affiliated with the City of Melissa and are listed as a courtesy to our patrons. No endorsement or guarantee of services is meant or implied. Additional sites are available using web searches and individual choice.**