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Job & Career Online Resources

Local Online Job Resources

The Job Help Center is ready to assist you in your job search. We offer extended computer sessions (timed for three hours) and experienced staff to assist with formatting resumes and searching for jobs. We also offer books on careers, online guides to resume writing, computer classes, scanners and fax service, regular and online programs of interest to job seekers, and an online job board that is updated daily. Job Help Centers are available at Main Library, Allegra Westbrooks Regional Library, Steele Creek Library and Sugar Creek Library. 

Job Board

If you’re here, you’re about to access the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library's online job board for job seekers.

The Main Library’s Job Help Center staff updates this job board daily. We’re helping you get hired by bringing you job postings in Charlotte and surrounding areas.

North Carolina Employment Security Commission

Are you out of work? You are not alone. In these challenging times, the Library provides access to county and city resources for the out-of-work and disadvantaged. If you have lost your job due to a layoff, downsizing or other event, you may be eligible to receive unemployment insurance. 

Labor Market Information

The Labor and Economic Analysis Division of N.C. Commerce provides state and regional labor market data and analysis so that communities, businesses, site selectors and investors can make informed decisions in their field. This data helps communities and the state plan how to invest for future growth and allows companies to better understand their labor market.

Workforce Data

NCWorks Career Centers provide job seekers with career information, guidance, and access to education or training, which can lead to sustainable income and meaningful employment.

Bureau of Labor Statistics

The Bureau of Labor Statistics measures labor market activity, working conditions, price changes, and productivity in the U.S. economy to support public and private decision making.

Searching for Jobs Using Individual Company Websites

An important source of information about the availability of positions within a company, is the company itself. Do your research to identify companies within your area (or outside of your area, for remote positions), and visit their official websites. Many companies post their available positions on their websites, rather than pay to post them on the websites of outside companies. Generally there is a link from the company home page, that will take you to a listing of their available positions. The link is often indicated by words such as "Career", "Jobs", or "Work for Us".

To locate the official website for a company:

  1. Search the company's name on your favorite search engine (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.). 
  2. Look on any promotional or informational material you might have from the company, that lists their website address.
  3. Call the business and simply ask for their website URL.

General Online Job Search Resources

Job Searching Websites:

Additional Resources: Job Searching

Digital Resources Available for Career Planning

Contact Us for Help

Call Us: 704-416-0500
Text Us: 704-440-5530
JobHelpCenter@cmlibrary.org

 

Attend available career related programs.