Job Seekers

Searching For a Job?

Library Resources

We offer free internet and computer workstation access with a valid Library card and password (available from any Service Desk).

Bring your device and take advantage of our free WiFi connection.

Tech Tutorials: Aram Public Library offers one-on-one appointments with a librarian to assist with learning computer and internet basics, software programs, preparing a resume, completing online applications, or any technology related questions. Call 262-728-3111 to book a time slot.

The SHARE catalog lists many helpful books on researching careers, writing a resume, interviews and more. Books may be sent to Aram Public Library for free from any member libraries. Use the following subjects to search:

  • Occupations
  • Vocational Guidance
  • Career Development
  • Job Hunting
  • Resumes
  • Cover Letters
  • Employment Interviewing

LearningExpress (Badgerlink)
Looking to land a job? You’ll find an entire learning center dedicated to helping you get the one that’s right for you. LearningExpress is available at no cost from your home computer or in the library with a valid Library card.

Sites with Job Listings

U. S. Census Bureau is hiring for the 2020 Census. They are hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.

Job Seeker – Wisconsin libraries and the Department of Public Instruction are very pleased to announce the new Job Seeker website, tailored to Wisconsin residents, businesses and communities.Users can browse one list to see the 100+ resources selected for inclusion in the site. They can choose specific types of job postings or resources on building job-related skills. The easy-to-use site features links to jobs in all industries and county or city government. It features information on job-search skills like writing a successful cover letter or resume, how to complete a job application, the best ways to prepare for a winning interview, and more.

Glass Door  – more than 15 millions jobs on over 400,000 companies divulging company reviews, salary data, and interview insights, all contributed by actual employees. No log-in necessary if accessed through this link.

Career Builder – Get advice or search over 1.6 million jobs

Indeed – Millions of jobs from thousands of company web sites, job boards and newspapers.

Job Center of Wisconsin – Connecting Wisconsin’s workforce.

LinkedIn Jobs – Leverage the world’s largest professional network to build relationships and connect with opportunity.

Monster – Search for jobs, read career advice from Monster’s job experts, and find hiring and recruiting advice.

Senior Job Bank – Unites employers with qualified older job seekers

State of Wisconsin Government Jobs 

Walworth County Job Center
Assists employers and job seekers in making the connection that leads to people finding employment. Job hunters can utilize services to find a job or a better job. Offers different workshops on job search preparation, career development, computer, and life skills on a rotating schedule to assist individuals in their employment efforts.

Workforce50 – Arms the older workforce with employment resources and career information to achieve their goals.

Retired Brains – Independent job and information resource for boomers, retirees and people planning their retirement.

Recently Laid Off?

From filing for unemployment to evaluating career options, the following resources can help.

Wisconsin Unemployment Benefits

You can file for Wisconsin Unemployment benefits online or by phone toll-free at 1 (800) UC CLAIM or 1 (800) 822-5246.
Not sure if you qualify? Visit the Department of Workforce Development page to find out more.

Division of Veterans Services 
The Veterans Service Office counsels veterans and their family members regarding their entitlement to federal and state veterans’ benefits.