California Jobs

STEP 1    Go to these different job websites in order, to keep your job search organized.  Most of these sites require employers pay lots of money to place ads (as much as $419 per job), so nobody advertises jobs on all of them.  You will see that each website has different lists -- each one will have jobs that the others don't have.  If you search for jobs in order this way, you just might find hundreds of jobs in your area, some from each website.  Return to this website after each search to go on to the next one. 

indeed.com snagajob.com job.com monster.com careerbuilder.com simplyhired.com careercast.com hotjobs.yahoo.com jobbankusa.com nationjob.com americasjobexchange.com jobserve.us us.plusjobs.com usjobnetwork.com usajobs.gov jobcentral.com simplyhired.com jobing.com careerjet.com selectpersonnel.com officeteam.com tweetmyjobs.com job-search-engine.com craigslist.com oodle.com kijiji.com beyond.com employmentguide.com flipdog.com hiremenow.com turbotap.org CaliforniaJobs.com

STEP 2  Pick the area of your interest and go to websites that list jobs for that specialty.   

ACTING & MODELING JOBS:  exploretalent.com

BABYSITTING JOBS:  sittercity.com sitters.com care.com

BILINGUAL JOBS:  latpro.com ihispano.com

CONSTRUCTION JOBS:  constructionjobs.com construction.com topbuildingjobs.com mepjobs.com

CONSULTING JOBS:  sologig.com

CUSTOMER SERVICE JOBS:  callcenterjobs.com

DESIGN JOBS:  aigadesignjobs.org krop.com coroflot.com

EDUCATION JOBS:  edjoin.org teacher-teacher.com schoolspring.com universityjobs.com

ENGINEERING / IT / LOGISTICS JOBS:  engcen.com General Atomics chenega.com serco-na.com CH2M Hill Lockheed Martin Northrop Grumman qinetiq-na.com cubic.com ITT Defense Electronics teksystems.com

EXECUTIVE JOBS:  executivesearchonline.com execunet.com 6figurejobs.com theladders.com risesmart.com

FASHION JOBS:  fashion.net stylecareers.com wwd.com

FINANCE JOBS:  efinancialcareers.com jobsinthemoney.com careerbank.com bankjobs.com brokerhunter.com

FIRST JOBS:  myfirstpaycheck.com aftercollege.com collegerecruiter.com experience.com

GOVERNMENT JOBS:  governmentjobs.com federaljobs.com usajobs.gov studentjobs.gov

HEALTH CARE JOBS:  allhealthcarejobs.com healthjobsusa.com healthecareers.com medicalworkers.com nurse.com

HOSPITALITY JOBS:  hospitalityonline.com hoteljobs.com hcareers.com

MEDIA JOBS:  mediabistro.com journalismjobs.com

MILITARY JOBS:  Navy Marines  Army Air Force Coast Guard

MILITARY VETERANS/EXPERIENCED JOBS:  soldiers4hire.com vetsuccess.gov recruitmilitary.com

MILITARY SPOUSE JOBS:  militaryspousejobsearch.org military.com/souse

NONPROFIT JOBS:  nonprofitjobs.org opportunityknocks.org idealist.org execsearches.com

RETAIL JOBS:  allretailjobs.com workinretail.com

SALES JOBS:  salesjobs.com salescareersonline.com salesgravy.com

SCIENCE JOBS:  sciencecareers.org naturejobs.com

TECHNOLOGY JOBS:  techcareers.com computerjobs.com dice.com

TEMP JOBS: net-temps.com us.manpower.com kellyservices.com appleone.com coolworks.com icrjobs.com

WOMEN:  womenforhire.com

OLDER:  workforce50.com

STEP 3     Go to the website of a company in your area, find their "jobs" or "careers" page, and see if they have any job openings.  Here are some examples of opportunities around the High Desert Area in Southern California.  You will notice that many are nation-wide.  But you may search for any other businesses in your own area.

AUTOMOBILE:    Auto Zone Napa Auto Parts Pep Boys Valley-Hi Toyota Sunland Ford Rancho Motor Company Range RV

BANKS:   Wells Fargo Bank of America Desert Community Bank Arrowhead Credit Union Citizens Business Bank

DINING:     Chili's Mimi's Outback Olive Garden Red Lobster Roadhouse Grill Marie Callender's Wood Grill Buffet Pizza Factory John's Incredible Pizza Chuck E Cheese Red Robin IHOP In-N-Out Subway Panda Express Baskin Robins

EDUCATION:   EdJoin (for school jobs) California State University University of California Victor Valley College Barstow Community College

ENTERTAINMENT:   Scandia Cinemark Ultrastar Cinemas Blockbuster Hollywood Video

ESSENTIAL SERVICES:   Southern California Edison Southwest Gas RCR Companies (plumbing and mechanical) Federal Express UPS Verizon SBC Fire Department SBC Sherriff's Department

GOVERNMENT:    City of Adelanto City of Victorville City of Hesperia Town of Apple Valley San Bernardino County

GROCERY:   Stater Bros. WinCo Costco

HOSPITALS:  St. Mary Medical Center Victor Valley Community Hospital Desert Valley Hospital

HOTELS / MOTELS:   Hilton Holiday Inn Courtyard Marriott

MANUFACTURING:   Dr. Pepper/Snapple CEMEX (cement company)

RETAIL:   Home Depot Lowes Sears WalMart Target Costco - Victorville Midway  Barnes & Noble Best Buy Staples Radio Shack Kohl's JCPenney Ross Petsmart  Payless Shoes Tanger Outlets

TRANSPORTATION:    Caltrans Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad Union Pacific Railroad


THESE COMPANIES WILL TAKE ON ALMOST ANYONE WILLING TO WORK:

My Data Team: Do data-entry jobs.  Just sign up and work.

Email Sending Jobs:  Process emails for companies.  Get paid for each one successfully processed (send real emails, not spam). 

Online Data Entry Jobs:  Work as an Outsource Data Operator, Worldwide Date-Entry Processor, Marketing Typist, Data-Collection Research Assistant, Data Proofreader, Home Secretarial Worker, or Article Typist.

Work From Home Data Entry:  Company has over 10,000 members, and lots more are needed to do all the work available.  Work on your own schedule.  The more you do, the more you earn. 

Work from Home Paid Surveys:  Fill out surveys and get paid for each.  It takes about 10 - 30 minutes to fill one out, and you can do several a day. 

Profit Article:   Type simple content and articles for Web sites on the Internet.  There are millions of Web-based companies that need articles written.   
Any of many Network Marketing Companies:  Just sign up as a member, and begin selling their products immediately.  There's Herbalife, Tupperware, Amway, Avon, Mary Kay, NuSkin, Team National, World Book Encyclopedia, and literally hundreds of others, in dozens of categories.  Just pick a product that you might be interested in telling people about, and start doing it today.  For example, LifeVantage is one company that sells a supplement called Protandim, which works way more effectively than any antioxidants on the market, causing the body to do its own self-healing and protection from aging - see lifevantage.com to sign up if you're interested in health and longevity stuff.  There are lots of such products out there that are very good, but are just not sold in stores because the companies chose to sell them by means of person-to-person distributors rather than sell in traditional retail stores.  There is nothing wrong with any of these products - it's just a different system of distribution, and you can get in on the profits without having to be "hired."