Job Search

Job Search

Here’s Reality

Most jobs are filled without the employer ever posting an advertisement. So you can’t just pick up the classified section of the newspaper and hope to advance your career.

You need to network. But while you call or email old friends and colleagues, two websites in particular offer very extensive postings of open positions: New York Job Bank, a division of Job Central National Labor Exchange; and You can find more information about additional job search sites at ConsumerAdvocate.

Where to Look

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If You Need Transportation

A new transportation option is now available; a "Ride Sharing" website that matches drivers and riders with similar work destinations in the area. Now, for the first time ever, 511NYRideshare has information on three south central NY counties: Otsego, Delaware, and Chenango.

Whether you need a ride or are a driver in need of gas money the 511NY Rideshare website can help! Once you register you’ll have access to match with other users as well. Carpooling can be a convenient, money saving travel experience. Check out all that they have to offer for ride matching. Simply Google 511NYRideShare and log in (or register if you are not yet a member) and go to the "Find a Ridematch" page to see who your potential carpool partners are.