Whether you have been laid off or your current job is dissatisfying, job hunting is never easy, especially in our current economic climate. It is a good idea to have more than one site to look for a job. Keep in mind that even if you are looking for a job in accounting, schools and hospitals all need accountants (as well as assistants, guards, computer gurus, etc). Don't limit yourself to just businesses. Many of these sites are relevant to Middle Tennessee, but you can make your own job site list by first finding out who are the biggest employers of your area and going to their websites.
State of Tennessee
Williamson County, TN
Davidson County, TN
Rutherford County, TN
Sumner County, TN
Federal Government Jobs (you can sign up for a daily email with jobs in your area)
St. Thomas/Baptist Hospitals
Tennessee State University
Nashville State Community College
Columbia State Community College
Metro Nashville Public Schools
Williamson County Public Schools
Rutherford County Schools
Sumner County Schools
Franklin Special School District
Higher Ed Jobs
Yahoo Job Search
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If you are an unemployed Tennessean, you may also wish to consider getting a technical certificate in a field that is in demand. In this instance you would probably be eligible for the Wilder-Naifeh Technical Skills Grant. There are 27 Tech Centers in Tennessee that you can attend with this grant. Here (Murfreesboro location) is a sample of the programs that you can study.
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