Find a job using government resources
There are several government resources you can use to find job openings across the state.
- The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) has an online guide for job search assistance, a phone number directory for employment services, and Career Centers for in-person services across the state. GDOL also maintains the Employ Georgia job board which lists job postings in various sectors across the state.
- If you are interested in working for the Georgia state government, find career opportunities online on the Team Georgia Careers website.
- If you are interested in a federal government job in Georgia, use USAjobs.gov to find open positions in the state.
- The Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency (GVRA) can support persons with disabilities as they prepare for gainful employment.
Find a job using community job boards
Many non-government organizations offer online job boards that list open positions. There are also job boards for specific industries and fields, such as education and health care. Some example online job boards include:
Find a job using company websites
You can visit an employer’s website to find and apply for open positions at that organization.
Find a job fair
Job fairs or career fairs are hosted by career centers, local governments, schools, universities, or employers. Attend a job fair as if you would attend a job interview. Wear professional clothes, bring copies of your resume and business card, and network with recruiters.
You may be able to learn about job opportunities in your community or field by networking with people. Connect with people about what kind of opportunities you are looking for and what skills you have, and they may be able to refer or recommend you to someone they know who is hiring.
Find Jobs in Georgia
Find job opportunities in your professional field across the state.
If you need assistance with employment programs or services, contact a Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) Career Center. GDOL Career Centers provide staff support, application workshops, and free access to the internet, copiers, phones, and faxes.