Job Search Websites

We recommend that job seekers begin their job search with Pure Michigan Talent Connect.

Job seekers are also encouraged to check company websites for more information regarding jobs that are of interest.

Many companies require that applicants apply directly on their website.  

Job seekers may also find it helpful to review labor market information to find industries in demand, the types of jobs available, and the skills and credentials needed for those jobs.

Additional job search websites are provided below for informational purposes only. Users are cautioned to exercise online job search safety when using unfamiliar sites.

Local and State Websites
MiTalent (Pure Michigan Talent Connect)
Linking Michiana
Monroe Brown Intership Program
Nonprofit Employment Opportunities

Local College Career Websites
Davenport University
Glen Oaks Community College
Kalamazoo College www,
Kalamazoo Valley Community College Career Services
Kellogg Community College Career & Education Services
Western Michigan University Career Services

Local News Websites
Batle Creek Enquirer
Coldwater Daily Reporter
M-Live Jobs
Sturgis Journal
Three Rivers Commercial News

National Websites
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) for ages 55+
American Job Center
Career Builder
Dice (Tech & Engineering Jobs)
eFinancial (Financial Careers)
Glass Door
Idealist (Nonprofit Job - Volunteer, Work & Intern)
Link up
LinkedIn (Professional Network)
MediaBistro (Media Jobs)
Security Jobs
Snag a Job
Ture Careers (Degreed Professionals)
USA Jobs
USA Job Board
Wall Street Careers


Other Helpful Sites
Career exploration and job analysis
Guide to better education and training
Michigan's labor market information
Michigan's official website



Job Seekers should exercise caution if approached for a job interview via Yahoo Messenger or if they are asked to cash a check as a condition of employment as these requests are examples of commonly used employment scams.

Michigan Works! and Pure Michigan Talent Connect (PMTC) work diligently to ensure organizations posting jobs on PMTC are legitimate employers but unfortunately imposters have been known to try to use a legitimate employer’s name to try to lure job seekers into a scam.

For more examples of common employment related scams and advice on safe online job searching, Job Seekers should visit This webpage can also be accessed from the bottom of the screen on Pure Michigan Talent Connect under Job Seeker > Online Job Search Safety.

If an individual or employer encounters any suspicious activity, we ask that you please report it immediately to TalentConnect.