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Use to identify transferable skills. Use the top right search box to get detailed lists of common skills, interests, values, etc. for "librarians" or other occupations you have had. Take note of anything you may be missing in your resume!
This site, from the U.S. Dept. of Labor, includes extensive tools and resources for career exploration and job searching. Try the "Explore Careers" tab to find skills, interests, and values assessments, or check out the Job Search tab for articles with helpful tips.
Many more resources, with a focus on New England region; from Simmons College!
Job Listings Aggregators
Job search aggregators are like entire search engines just for jobs. They pull postings from lots of other sites, including professional association listings, news sites, and company Human Resources pages. Use these to save time!
Learn about how an informational interview should be an integral part of your networking and job-hunting plan. Includes a comprehensive guide to the process, as well as questions to ask. From LiveCareer.