OLEAN PUBLIC LIBRARY LAUNCHES COMPREHENSIVE ONLINE JOB SEARCH TOOL PROVIDING STEP-BY-STEP ASSISTANCE IN FINDING JOBS

For job seekers in Olean, help has arrived! Job & Career Accelerator, a comprehensive online job search system, is now available to help overwhelmed job seekers find employment. This innovative online resource provides job seekers everything they need to find their next job, all in one easy-to-use application. The online program is available to patrons of the Olean Public Library at no charge with their library card and can be accessed at Olean Public Library or from any internet-enabled computer by going to http://www.oleanlibrary.org.

LearningExpress Job & Career Accelerator™ provides personalized, step-by-step assistance for job seekers at all experience and education levels—from exploring and matching suitable occupations from over 1,000 detailed occupation profiles to finding available jobs in their area from a database of over 5 million up-to-date job postings. With Job & Career Accelerator, users can easily create professional resumes and cover letters, master interviewing and networking techniques, improve work related skills, and prepare for occupation related exams. In addition, it helps job seekers plan, tailor, and track multiple job searches at the same time while providing expert advice and tips every step. The end result is the most efficient and effective job search possible.

To find out more about how you can access Job & Career Accelerator, call (716) 372-0200 or stop by the Reference Desk and ask for more information.

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