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Top 10 Places to Search for Portland Jobs

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When you're looking for a job in Portland, check the listings in these local newspapers and employment websites.

1. Portland Craigslist

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New opportunities are posted daily so check back frequently. As of November 1, 2007, Craigslist charges $25 to post job listings, so the listings are more trustworthy. To narrow down the category of the jobs you're seeking, go to the main page for Portland Craigslist and click on a category under jobs.

2. Portland Job Finder

Job listings in all categories. Do a keyword or a category search to narrow down your results. If you'd like to create an account, you can also post your resume in the database.

3. Portland Employment Guide

Dedicated to helping you search for over 100,000 jobs in the Portland area. The site also has sections for job fair information and work-at-home resources.

4. Portland Preferred Jobs

A collection of employment resources for Portlanders. This site not only has job listings, but it also offers advice on writing resumes and cover letters as well as information from professional career counselors and financial advisors.

5. Oregon Local Openings

Search and apply for jobs online, post your resume, and sign up for their "smart mail" alerts which let you know when new jobs have been posted in your field.

6. Jobdango

All the jobs listed on this site are for Northwest companies. The site is easy to use and well-designed, plus it features opportunities with well-known companies such as T-Mobile and Columbia Sportswear.

7. Portland Business Journal

The Portland Business Journal is a weekly print publication that's also available online. Learn about available jobs in the Portland area. Job types listed include executive, financial, health care, management jobs, sales, technology, engineering, and more.

8. Willamette Week

The city’s weekly entertainment newspaper has an online employment section that's updated every day. There are lots of part-time jobs listed as well as jobs in the fields of retail, marketing, and the restaurant industry.

9. The Oregonian

Search the job listings in Oregon’s daily newspaper, the Oregonian.

10. Portland Tribune

The Portland Tribune is a local paper that publishes on Tuesdays and Fridays. When you arrive at this website, click on the employment link for the latest listings. The Tribune lists both part-time and full-time positions.
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