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Last Updated: Jun 14, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Build Your Skills

The library has a lot of materials to help you begin your job search. Check out these popular titles or explore more @ Catalog Search: Job Hunting.

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The Ultimate Job Hunter's Guidebook - Susan Greene; Melanie C. L. Martel
Call Number: 650.14 G835u 2012
ISBN: 9781111531768

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5 Steps to Rapid Employment - Jay A. Block
Call Number: 650.14 B6201f 2014
ISBN: 0071839305

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Knock'em Dead 2016: The Ultimate Job Search Guide - Martin Yate
Call Number: 650.14 Y27k5
ISBN: 9781440588815

Start Your Search

Finding a job takes a lot of time, energy and commitment. It can be a full-time job itself!  Use the resources here to make your job search more efficient and successful. 


Where Else Can i Look?

  • Visit Workforce Tulsa.  They offer job seekers tremendous resources, including job search assistance
  • Check the help wanted secton of your local newspaper

                     Tulsa World
                The Oklahoman (OKC)

  • Ask your friends, relatives, teachers, and previous employers for job leads.
  • Explore Reference USA .  Available through the library, Reference USA collaborated with to add a Jobs/Internship module. Users can find jobs based on keyword, location, company name and job title.  Results can be printed and emailed and include company information that will be helpful in the interview process.

Specialized Job Searching

The following sites are customized for particular career fields, such as technology or nonprofit careers.

    The leading career website for technology and engineering professionals, and the companies that seek to employ them, in the United States.
    Search and apply for jobs in academia.
    Lists non-profit jobs both paid and unpaid in the U.S. and abroad.
    Specializes in sales recruiting. Search by location, industry or company.

Community Agencies

Several organizations, such as those listed below, help job seekers in Tulsa and Oklahoma. Check out our Tulsa Organizations and Services resource for even more referral information. 


  • Workforce Tulsa
    Job Seekers can access substantial services at workforce centers including job search assistance, resume assistance, interviewing skills, on-the-job training, GED assistance and post-secondary education for qualified applicants.
  • Goodwill Industries of Tulsa: Job Connection
    Goodwill's free Job Connection program provides interest and skills assessment, resume development, job search assistance, interview skills, and referral to community resources.
  • Transportation Connections WorkAdvance
    A career advancement program in Tulsa that provides un- and under-employed individuals with high-quality training, job placement and advancement services in the transportation sector.
  • Oklahoma Employment Security Commission
    OESC is your direct link to employment and training, unemployment benefits, labor market data, and much more.
  • Oklahoma Works
    Oklahoma Works brings all of our state’s workforce resources together, connecting employers, employees and job-seekers to information and programs that help build Oklahoma’s workforce.

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