What follows are the best career and job sites geared especially for all disadvantaged job-seekers.
We also have individual pages for each disadvantaged job-seeker group. Go to our main Diversity Job-Seeker Career and Job Resources.
And if you are looking for some great networking resources — including specific networking resources for women and minorities — then go check out Quintessential Careers: The Art of Networking.
And don’t forget that for the complete list of career books (including diversity books), check out the Quintessential Career and Job-Hunting Bookstore, in association with Amazon Books.
BilingualDiversity.com — a diversity job board where job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, location, job category), post your resume, and find information on the more than 170 diversity job fairs conducted in 90 cities across the U.S. No cost of job-seekers.
ColorsNWCareers.com — a top diversity site for job-seekers in the Northwest, where job-seekers can search job listings, post your resume, register for a job-search agent, and find great career advice. From the publishers of ColorsNW Magazine. No cost to job-seekers.
Corporate Diversity Search, Inc. — specializes in the placement of women and minority candidates into middle and upper level professional positions in a variety of areas, including: engineering, manufacturing, information systems, accounting, telecommunications, strategic planning, finance, human resources, and others. Job-seekers can post submit their resumes and view career opportunities — for free.
Creative Investment Research — provides information on minority business financing and women-owned financial institutions. Also provides employment resources for minorities and women in finance, banking, and investments — for free. Minority-owned.
DiversityHealthWorks.com — a comprehensive career portal with content dedicated and related to diversity in the healthcare workforce. Job-seekers can search job listings (by location, occupation, job type, keywords), as well as post your resume. Job-seekers can also register for a job-search agent as well as participate in a virtual career fair. Free to job-seekers.
Diversity1.com — a minority-owned employment site designed as a place where progressive employers and traditionally under-represented workgroups can find each other. Currently specializing in Alabama and some surrounding Southern states. Free to job-seekers.
Diversity Search — a leading diversity career portal, where job-seekers can post up to three online resumes and cover letters, search job listings (by keywords, industry job type, location, or company), and create up to five job search agents (that email you new jobs that match your criteria). Free to job-seekers.
DiversityWorking.com — a great diversity job site for all ethnic and sexual orientation groups, where job-seekers can search for jobs (by location, industry, job listing type, posting recency, and keywords), as well as post your resume, and sign up for a free newsletter. The company is also a national career expo producer for the diversity marketplace. Free to job-seekers.
Graduate Degrees for Minorities (GEM) in Engineering and Science — its mission is to enhance the human capital in engineering and science by increasing the participation of underrepresented minorities in graduate education through an array of services, including fellowships for education.
HireDiversity.com — a national diversity recruitment service that links qualified candidates — from entry- to senior-level positions — with Fortune 500 companies. Job-seekers can submit your resume to the database while browsing current job listings. For for Hispanics, African-Americans, Asian-Americans, and other minorities.
IMDiversity.com: Diversity Job Bank — (formerly Minorities’ Job Bank) a great site where job-seekers can search the job bank, post their resumes, and find specific resources for women job-seekers, African-American job-seekers, Asian-American job-seekers, Hispanic-American job-seekers, and Native American job-seekers. Free to job-seekers.
INSIGHT Into Diversity — one of the most recognized resources for equal opportunity employers who are seeking to add diverse, qualified candidates to their workforce. Job postings include positions in academia, business, healthcare, and the government. (Formerly the Affirmative Action Register.) No cost to job-seekers.
Minority Career Network — offers free access to thousands of job opportunities, nationwide, in all industries, at all levels. Also includes some great career tips.
Minority Executive Search, Inc. — this site specializes in identifying and placing highly skilled female and minority professionals who possess the experience, expertise, and academic credentials necessary for upper level positions. Job-seekers can browse job openings and submit your resumes. Free to job-seekers.
MinorityJobs.net — a job site for disadvantaged job-seekers, where you can search job listings (by location, job function, and keywords) and post your resume. Also has career advice, legal and civil rights news, along with numerous job/career links. No cost to job-seekers.
Nemnet — a resource organization committed to helping minority students looking for jobs in education. Services include online job postings, resume database, and career fairs for people of color. Free to job-seekers.
Quintessential Directory of Company Career Centers: Top Multicultural Companies — go directly to the corporate career and job centers of the companies viewed as having the best commitment to a diverse and multicultural workforce.
WorkplaceDiversity.com — a career management site for "diversity talent," where job-seekers can search for jobs from employers who support diversity, take advantage of a job search agent, post your resume, read articles that will help you get ahead, and find insider company research. Free to job-seekers.
If you don’t find exactly the types of job sites you’re looking for on this page, check out: General Job Resources.
And if you are looking for a job in a specific occupation, you might also want to look in the list of industry-specific job Websites.