|Job banks have hundreds of jobs. To make your search more successful, use keywords to get the best results. It takes practice to find the best keywords to use. One way to get ideas on which key words to use, is to read job descriptions of positions of which you are interested. Also use synonyms to get more results.|
|Most job banks allow you to post your resume free of charge. This is OK to do, but it is not the most effective method. Over time your resume will fall to the bottom of the pile. In addition, most responses to your posted resume will be from placement/temp agencies. This can be beneficial depending on what you are looking for.|
**Many full and part time job postings listed exclusively to Lasell students and alumni. Registration is quick and easy.**
|Part of Monster.com, this job bank is geared towards college students. Great place to look for internships as well as part-time work.|
|Good source for entry level jobs and internships|
|A giant web site that searches over 50 other websites for jobs.|
|Large and diverse job bank, with thousands of listings.|
|America's Job Bank|
|One of the most comprehensive job banks, with nationwide listings.|
|Job Search Engine|
|Like Career Builder, this site allows you to search up to 10 different job banks for jobs nationwide.
A broad search engine but focuses only on job opportunities in New England. Search by category, state, and keyword.
Focuses on only jobs in MA, helpful for those looking to stay in this area. Search by category, location, job field, type of position, and date. May be limited in size.