New York, NY (PRWEB) December 15, 2004
The Internet Job Source at http://statejobs.com has unveiled a national Internet website that lets users find jobs at all levels of government. You can now find jobs at federal, state and local governments in all 50 states.
This is a very useful service for anyone looking for new employment this holiday season. Thousands of Americans have been unfortunate layoff victims over the past several months due to mergers, budget cutbacks and outsourcing. Government jobs are often highly sought after. They offer meaningful work in the public service and great retirement plans.
Many private companies have been cutting back on health insurance coverage and offering fewer benefits. However, government careers typically provide excellent benefits including health insurance, dental insurance, paid holidays, life insurance and pensions. The Internet Job Source offers free job postings for all government employers. They can register online, post and manage their jobs in real-time at no cost.
In addition to government jobs, visitors can also find jobs at top employers by state as well. They can also post their resumes in a searchable database and have jobs sent to them via e-mail that match their qualifications.
About Internet Job Source
The Internet Job Source operates a national job site at http://statejobs.com.
It also operates regional sites for America's top states. These include:
-- NY Job Source (http://nyjobsource.com) - Job resource for New York state and New York City, including Long Island. The Big Apple is the nation's largest metropolitan area.
-- Boston Job Source (http://bostonjobsource.com) - Job resource for Boston and Massachusetts. Boston is home of the World Champion Boston Red Sox, who play at Fenway Park with the famous Green Monster.
-- DC Job Source (http://dcjobsource.com) - Job resource for Washington DC, the nation's capital.
-- California Job Source (http://caljobsource.com) - Job resource for California, the nation's largest state and with Arnold Schwarzenegger as Governor.