Rhode Island's Online Resource Center
AskRI’s Job Seeker Center provides one stop for your job searching needs.
An Adult Skills Training Program, enabling qualified participants to receive skill training, remedial education, and job seeking skills for a nominal fee.
Create a resume, research positions, apply for jobs both local and in the Southern New England area.
How Rhode Island gets to work.
A network putting people job seekers and employers in touch, with physical locations around the state.
Providence Journal job postings.
Receive daily emails of jobs posted by nonprofit and public interest employers in Rhode Island.
A resource for employers and workers in the state including workforce development, unemployment, and worker’s compensation.
A Rhode Island-specific job board where seekers can upload their resume and get profiles on the companies that are posting positions.
Free resume builder.
Guides to building and writing effective resumes for all kinds of career seekers.
Fiverr is the world’s largest marketplace for services, starting at $5. Buy. Sell. Have fun.
A worldwide network of freelancers, also with fully integrated managing and payments.
Online temporary staffing for workers and employers, and additional career tips for those seeking more long-term employment.
A national online job board, HR resource, and career development site for the nonprofit community.
Articles and information for those approaching retirement.
This government site is the “nation’s publicly-funded resource for job seekers and businesses.”
A step in the right direction.
Career descriptions, data and schools.
Career exploration and job analysis.
Find information on financial help and money management.
File online for unemployment insurance and find answers to many questions you may have about your unemployment benefits.
Estimate the cost of living where you are, and begin building a budget.
Learn the rights and responsibilities of employers in Rhode Island.
The Salary Wizard tool searches for salary ranges by occupation and by region. Other features include salary news and advice, brief job descriptions, links for job searching, and a section for Human Resources (HR) Professionals.
Compare your current income with what you would need to live in another city or state.
An organization dedicated to protecting and informing workers of their rights in easy-to-understand language.
Calculate your weekly, monthly, or annual income based on your hourly wage.
Glassdoor gives you an inside look at company reviews, interview questions, & salary information for thousands of jobs.
Work, internship, and volunteer opportunities within environmentally and socially minded organizations.
Find jobs from thousands of company web sites, job boards and newspapers.
Find your state job bank.
Job search engine.
Job searching, posting and employment advice for every kind of job.
Searchable, regularly updated local jobs, salary comparisons, and employment trends.
Website for part-time or full-time hourly job seekers.
Federal statistics on the job market, employment, and the economy.
An in-depth survival guide if you find yourself unemployed. Geared toward the college educated but of use to anyone!