Jobs Express shows over 8,800 jobs in the Hudson Valley!

To view the current jobs in the Hudson Valley, click http://www.labor.ny.gov/jobs/regional.shtm, then click Hudson Valley Region.

Or, you may click the links in the table below – sorted to show most jobs available to least jobs available (note: type your zip code in the top banner to narrow the results).

Title Positions
Sales and Related 1640
Office, Clerical and Secretarial 920
Transportation and Material Moving 733
Computer and Mathematical 718
Management 681
Healthcare Practitioner and Technical 660
Business and Financial Operations 502
Food Preparation and Serving Related 383
Healthcare Support 295
Installation, Maintenance and Repair 283
Community and Social Services 264
Architecture and Engineering 251
Life, Physical and Social Science 237
Construction and Extraction 207
Arts, Design, Sports, and Media 190
Protective Service 185
Production 180
Personal Care, Service, and Gaming 153
Farming, Fishing and Forestry 118
Building/Grounds Maintenance 114
Education, Training and Library 84
Legal 18

For help with Job Searching, filling out applications, or just general computer help, come to the Computer Labs at the Poughkeepsie Public Library District:
Mondays – Fridays 11am-1pm
(Adriance Library STRBA Teen Room)
Tuesday evenings 6pm-8pm
(Adriance Library Charwat Meeting Room)
Thursdays 1:30-3pm
(Arlington Library program room)

Are you applying to too many jobs?

Looking for and applying for jobs is your job if you are out of work. If you are applying for job after job and no interviews or job offers are coming your way, you may need to refocus your job search.

Some ideas on spending your time wisely can be found in this article:
http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/outside-voices-careers/2014/06/16/how-much-time-should-you-spend-on-your-job-search

Another article that explains how to narrow your search:
http://www.lutherwood.ca/employment/jobs-blog/are-you-applying-too-many-jobs

Do you need technology skills for jobs? We have workshops in Basics of using a computer and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access).
Classes are all free and listed here. Registration is required for all except  Labs:
https://pokbtop.wordpress.com/computerjob-class-descriptions-january-2-through-march-31-2015/

Looking for a job? Attend our free class on Wednesday on using the library to look for work!

Start the year with a bang! and attend our Job Seeker workshop “Using the Library in Your Job Search.”

Class is held at the Arlington Library on Wednesday 1/7 and runs from 5:30-7:30pm.

We will give you tips on how to search the internet for jobs as well as resume and interview pointers.

You are welcome to attend even if you have attended before, but you must register to receive a handout:
Jobs/Careers Class Registration
Take a look at the other Jobs/Careers classes coming up too.

And, if you need to update your computer skills, we have many classes and computer labs to help you. Our full list of classes for this quarter are here:
https://pokbtop.wordpress.com/computerjob-class-descriptions-january-2-through-march-31-2015/