Employment Resources

Below are some tools and information to assist you in your job search. If you would rather speak to a person or need help using these tools, our librarians are always happy to help! Please feel free to reach out to the Adult Services Reference Desk by phone at 262-754-1815 or by email at nbinfo@newberlinlibrary.org.


Job Seeker Resources

The Workforce Development System

Developed by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, the Workforce Development System has a page dedicated to helping job seekers. It includes a list of upcoming local job fairs, in-person and remote learning opportunities, and more. Click here to access the webpage.

Goodwill Industries of Southeastern Wisconsin and Metropolitan Chicago

Goodwill Industries of SE Wisconsin offers free job search and resume help, job training opportunities, and job placement and connection services. Click here to access the webpage.


Job Listings


The library subscribes to several local newspapers which are available for you to browse in the library. The employment sections remain with their edition, which are kept on the newspaper shelves for the month.

Government Jobs

Civil service announcements for the State of Wisconsin and for the Federal Government are available online.

Online Job Postings

The following websites are a great place to start searching online for a job.


Career Information

Library Materials

The library has books, DVDs, and reference materials on various career fields, job hunting best practices, and more. If you need help finding information, call 262-754-1815 or ask one of our friendly librarians for assistance.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

This online database is a great resource for finding industry-specific information such as median income, job growth, career outlook, and much more. Click here to access this resource.


Resumes & Interviews

Library Materials

Our job hunting materials are under the call number 650.14 in the Non-Fiction collection, and include resume preparation, cover letters, employment interviews, and general job hunting tactics and strategies.

Cypress Resume

This online resume builder is provided for free through the Bridges Library System. Click here to access this resource.


Skills, Personal Education, & Employment Tests

Learning Express

This online resource includes interactive courses on Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word; practices tests for the ACT or SAT; as well as various industry-specific preparation tools. Free with your library card! Click here to access this resource.


Udemy offers nearly 20,000 on-demand online video learning courses that can be accessed anytime, anywhere. Learn programming, marketing, business skills, personal hobbies, and more. Each library has their own unique URL to access Udemy. Click here to access this resource.

Employment Tests

The library has a wide selection of civil service test study guides as well as study guides for vocational and general aptitude tests. Most of these books are in high demand. Visit or call the Adult Services Reference Desk at 262-754-1815 to get help placing holds on materials that are not available.


Company Information

Business Directories

The Library has Reference copies of the Wisconsin Business Service Directory (published by Reference USA), Wisconsin Business Directory, and Wisconsin Manufacturing Directory. These are available upstairs behind the Reference Desk.

Value Line

Value Line gives more in-depth information, such as company history and financial statistics. Ask for this at the Reference Desk.

Business & Consumer Information Databases

The following databases are available to you for free through the Bridges Library System.