Government Jobs

Looking for Government employment opportunities? Below is where you need to go.


USAJobs is the United States Government's official website for listing civil service job opportunities with federal agencies. The site is operated by the United States Office of Personnel Management. It was created in 1996. This is an easy to use site.

Reach USAJobs  Here


Alabama Department of Labor, often called "the employment office" or "the unemployment office" is a one-stop shop for Claimants, Job Seekers and Employers.  ADOL sponsors job fairs, job training,offers Veteran Services and much more.

Reach ADOL   Here


Georgia Department of Labor, GDOL is also a one-stop shop for claims, employment and employers.

Reach GDOL  Here

Private Sector Jobs

The list of places and websites to locate private sector jobs is exhaustive.  They range from the State Department of Labor to job search websites to individual companies.  The one thing that the vast majority have in common is, you have to apply online.

Below are some websites and social media pages that are good to have accounts on.  This is a list of the most popular sites.  Their order is alphabetical, not ranked.

Many companies also hire from their websites.  Word of mouth can also lure you to a job.  Last but not least are the temporary staffing and full-time staffing agencies.

NOTE: Southeastern Vet to Vet Peer Support, Inc., does not endorse any of these employment locators. We have not received and do not expect to receive any compensation in any form. They are listed as a complimentary service to veterans and/or their spouses who may be looking for employment.




CareerBuilder has been around forever, and while its model isn't particularly unique, it has long been a solid resource for job seekers. 



Though Glassdoor has its fair share of job listings, what really sets it apart is its vast library of salary data and company reviews. On Glassdoor, workers rate their benefits, their CEO, and their employer as a whole. They can even anonymously share their salaries so that job hunters know what to expect.



Indeed is the biggest job search site on the Web, largely because it gathers job listings from countless outside sites and consolidates everything into one neat little search engine. You can search for jobs by title or company, find salary information for your prospective role, read company reviews, upload a resume that lets prospective employers find you, and much more.



The Ladders specializes in jobs for people well-established in their career. The site restricts posts to high-paying positions. Job hunters can search by job title and location, save searches, create email alerts and access career advice.



Many folks think of LinkedIn as just a networking site, but in reality, it's a solid resource for those seeking employment. In fact, as of April 2017, LinkedIn had more than 10 million active job posts. Best of all, many companies set up their own profiles on LinkedIn, so not only can you search for job openings, but you can also learn more about those businesses and the opportunities they offer. As an added bonus, LinkedIn lets you search for connections at the companies you're following, so if you see a job listing that piques your interest, and you know someone at that company, you may have an easier time getting your foot in the door.



Monster offers the ability to search by job category, targeted location, job title, company and specific keyword. Users can save searches, access the site on mobile apps and create email alerts. Monster also provides job seekers who would like additional resume assistance with tools to improve their resumes.



Not everyone in search of a job is looking for full-time work. While there are numerous sites geared toward freelance opportunities, Snagajob is among the best resources for part-time and hourly gigs. It's estimated that 44 million Americans currently work some sort of side hustle on top of their regular jobs. Whether you're looking for a way to supplement your income or bring in some cash while you're pursuing a degree, it pays to explore your options and see what's out there.