Browse Jobs

Quick Search for Jobs

One purpose of the Browse Jobs section is to allow you to do a quick job search without spending too much time or entering excessive amounts of information. Enter as much or as little information as you want. This search will only use the information that you provide during the quick search. Information from your resumé and matching profile will not be used.

If you use your matching profile to run a match but get no results, or get results you do not expect, the quick search section can be used to find out why. The Browse Jobs feature allows you to broaden searches and includes the ability to compare your matching profile with the jobs you find.

The Browse search criteria are generally broader and less restrictive than those used for matching. Because of this, the quick search section may provide you with a list of jobs that you might not ordinarily match. The more information you enter, the better and more focused your search results will be.

Browse Jobs allows you to search for jobs:
  • In different occupations
  • In different locations
  • In different pay ranges
  • With health benefits, overtime pay, 401k plans, etc.
  • At a specific company
  • With a certain type of employer
  • Of a certain type, such as full-time.

Contacting Employers
All the jobs which are listed as a result of your search are open and unfilled. However, not every job listing will give you the information you need to contact the employer. This is because employers can identify specific skills or completed applications which meet their requirements. If you do not have the skills required, or you have not indicated that you have the skills required, or you have not completed the required application, you will not be able to obtain the employer's contact information. Back to Top

Exploring the Job Market

Another purpose for the Browse Jobs section is to allow you to research the job market. This is helpful if you are considering relocating to a different part of the state, or if you are just curious about what jobs are available in other areas of the state. By selecting an occupation, and then choosing the area of the state in which you are interested, you can see how many, and what types of, jobs are available. You also can view training opportunities, descriptions of occupations, and lists of other career fields, related to the occupation that you have selected. Back to Top