By now, most of you have heard of the recession and the lack of jobs, but many of us don’t know how to start making a new and lasting life in America.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has a number of resources that can help you get started.
They can help with your resume, your work history, job search, and even help you find the right job for you.
Here are three of the most popular ones you should start using right now.1.
U.K.-based crane papermaker papermakers job search resources: http://jobs.british-companies.com/employment/papermaking-jobs.aspx?jobId=569&siteId=20&locale=en&lang=en 2.
Job search resources from the U.N. World Food Program (WFP): http://www.wfp.org/jobsearch/resources/resources_resources.jsp?id=18 3.
American Association of Papermakers jobs: http.jobs.nationalcollege.edu/pdf/papers_jobs_en.pdf 4.
American Papermakers job board: http/www.americanpapermakers.com 5.
Canadian Papermakers Job Board: http 6.
American Union Papermakers: http 7.
The American Papermaking Institute job board and related resources: www.papermakersworld.org 8.
Canadian National Papermakers website: http 9.
American National Papermaking Center: http 10.
American Posters Job Board (formerly known as the American Posting Society): http 11.
American Newspaper Guild: http 12.
American Journal of Engineering Education: http 13.
Canadian Newspaper Publishers Association: http 14.
Canada Post Newspaper Guild (CIPP) job board (Canadian) www.cppg.ca 15.
Newspaper Guild of Canada: http 16.
National Post Newspaper Association: www 17.
Newspaper Association of Canada (NAPNA): http 18.
American News and Letters Association: [email protected] 19.
American Mail Association: mail.americanconsortium.com 20.
American Press Guild: www21.
National Association of Manufacturers: www 22.
American Society of Newspaper Editors: www 23.
National Newspaper Publishers of America: www 24.
American Council of Learned Societies: www 25.
American Publishing Association: print.nosocietyofjournalists.org 26.
American Printing Association: [email protected] 27.
American Publishers Association (APA): www.apa.org 28.
American Booksellers Association: aar.org 29.
National Publishers Association of America (NPA): www 30.
Newspaper and Publishing Guild of America, Inc: www 31.
National Press Association (NPRA): [email protected] 32.
National Writers Guild: [email protected] 33.
American Public Media (APM) www 34.
Association of Newspapers and News Publishers: www 35.
American Communications Association: [email protected] 36.
Association for Public Broadcasting: telephone.apb.org 37.
American Library Association: [email protected] 38.
American Museum of Natural History (AMNH): www 39.
National Council of Film Libraries: www 40.
National Library Association of Texas: contact_nm.org 41.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: [email protected] 42.
National Science Foundation: [email protected] 43.
National Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers: [email protected] 44.
National Societe Nationale de Composites de l’Arts et des Arts en l’Algérie (SNCAP) www 45.
National Union of Composites, Authors and Publishers (UNCPAP): [email protected] 46.
Association de la recherche en education de littérature du Québec: contact45.litté[email protected] 47.
Association des produits des produiturs et des products de la littorale et de la patrie de l`Ouest: [email protected] 48.
American Federation of Teachers: www 49.
American Writers Guild (AWG): [email protected] 51.
American Institute of Architects: [email protected] 52.
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU): [email protected] 53.
Association pour la lutte des arts et des littres et de luttes de la vie: [email protected] 54.
Association d’associations d’université de Montréal: [email protected]