The Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA) has replaced the CareerOneStop's Employer Locater with the new Business Finder. The Business Finder includes enhanced features and streamlined design. Aligned with CareerOneStop’s overall redesign, improvements include a single search box to enter your preferred search criteria, an easy-to-read results page, and improved filters to help you narrow your results. Job seekers can learn about businesses, government agencies, and non-profit organizations that may be hiring in their local area. They can locate nearly 12 million employers by business name, industry, occupation, or location. For each business, they will find basic information including addresses and phone numbers for contacting them about potential job openings.
Other uses for the Business Finder include:
-- Targeting a job search. Job seekers or counselors can get a list of organizations likely to employ people in your occupation or industry, and contact them to inquire about job openings.
-- Job interview research. Job seekers can find basic information about businesses, and research their competitors or suppliers to be ready for interview questions.
-- Industry research. Businesses, economic developers, students, or job seekers can identify businesses in any industry by city, state, or regional area.
To access the CareerOneStop's Business Finder, please click on View Page Now or go to: http://www.careeronestop.org/toolkit/jobs/business-finder.aspx
Modified On : October 19, 2015
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