/ Asked by carol
I am in high school. What website should I look at to find jobs?
Answered by John, Hiring Expert at DuPont, on Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Based on your question, I am not sure if you are looking for a job just to make some money or if you are looking for a job in an area which you might pursue as a longer term career. Apart from your basic local newspapers (on-line or in print), I would suggest that you connect with your school guidance counselor.  Your guidance counselor might be connected to programs at local companies which hire high school students during the school year or as interns during the summer.

 
Answered by Lori, Hiring Expert at Cigna, on Thursday, November 5, 2015
There are many websites you can go to for exploring jobs, but it is helpful to focus in on what type of job you are looking for. Are you looking for a part time job while you are in high school? If so, your best bet is to speak with your high school office regarding any contacts or information they may have for local, part time needs. If you are looking for a full time position for when you graduate high school, you again can use your school resources, but you can also look at external websites. There are many job boards that focus on specific job functions, locations, or experience levels. Generally speaking, www.indeed.com is a great site that scrapes jobs from many companies and organizations. You can then search by keyword and/or location to hone in on roles that would best match what you are ideally looking for. In any case, doing a simple keyword search on google or another search engine can also bring you back results of websites that you can also check out. Good luck!
Answered by Stephanie, Hiring Expert at AT&T Inc., on Monday, November 9, 2015
Hi there!  The suggestions about www.indeed.com and speaking with your school counselors are great.  So I hope you have taken advantage of those resources.

I also wanted to say, if you are thinking about future jobs, good for you for noticing that it is never too early to think about your future!  Like never before, you have access to so much information that can help you make decisions about what to focus on if you are interested in college, what experience you will need if you are looking for work in a specific field and what employers are looking for in general.  Most companies at this point post their job openings online.  Right there, in black and white, they are telling you what it will take to get a job with them and how to successfully pursue a career in your area of choice.

Thinking about this early can help you make decisions on how to best set yourself up for future success.  Spend some time on www.indeed.com, do searches for the jobs that interest you, do searches for the industries you might have a knack for.  There is nothing stopping you from researching and networking.  Best of luck in not only your job search, but also your search for the job and the future that is right for you!
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