Before you can obtain a work visa, you must have a firm job offer
with a U.S company. Accordingly, many of our clients come to us
asking how to obtain a job.
Nurses in Demand
Currently, a nursing shortage in the U.S. has increased the demand
for skilled, qualified nurses. Certain highly skilled nurses may
even be eligible for an H-1B visa, including critical-care nurses,
nurse practitioners, and certified nurse-midwives.
Below are some links which can help guide you toward a fulfilling
job in the U.S.:
- Post your resume at this excellent career site with a wide variety
of job listings, links to online job fairs in major US cities, and
a free job seeker newsletter.
- The " monster" of job sites. Over 350,000 job listings,
zapper" which lets you send your resume automatically to
thousands of recruiters at once, targeted career advice, plus an
section with advice on working in the US.
Elance.com - A contractor marketplace
where you can bid on many diiferent kinds of freelance jobs, or
offer your services. Contract jobs can often evolve into permanent
positions, especially in high-tech fields.
ComputerJobs.com - A
great site for tech jobs. Over 40,000 jobs posted on regional sites
in all major metropolitan U.S. cities, along with opportunities
at hot tech start-ups. Post your resume here. Salary surveys.
Hotjobs.com - browse thousands
of current U.S. jobs by category and location.
Guru.com - A high-tech professional
contractor marketplace with a useful email newsletter. Some offsite
jobs posted. Based in San Francisco.
- A useful career development site geared toward multicultural job
seekers. Search for a job, post your resume, check out large U.S.
corporations currently hiring. Links to HispanicBusiness.com
and a site for younger professionals, Superonda.com.
Career resources for Spanish speakers:
LatPro.com - A comprehensive
resource for bilingual Spanish and Portuguese job seekers. Job listings,
career advice, plus the option of receiving job announcements by
is a Spanish-language career site where you can search for many
different types of jobs in the U.S., Latin America, and Europe.
It also offers career resources like resume building, finding and
changing employment, and interviewing.
- Lists jobs in all languages and all fields. Employers may list
their jobs for free.
CVLatino - search for jobs and
post your resume at this bilingual site.
Saludos.com - an online Hispanic
employment service. Hispanic job seekers can post their resumes
online, explore the online job fair featuring many top U.S. corporations.