Job searching can be a stressful, difficult, and time-consuming process. We hope that the resources below can help point you in the right direction. Before job searching online it is very important that you first have an active email and you have access to that email. Some web-based email clients, if you don't have an email address, are: GMail, Yahoo Mail, AOL, Outlook,, and ProtonMail

For those needing help with creating a resume, Delaware JobLink will walk you through the process after creating an account that you can download to use elsewhere.


Resource Pages:

Delaware Libraries Jobs LibGuide -

Sussex County Libraries Employment Help -

Delaware Department of Labor -


Job Posting Websites:

2020Census -  

Delaware JobLink -

Delaware Works -

Indeed (Selbyville focused) -,-DE-jobs.html

LinkedIn -

SnagAJob -

Glassdoor -,10_IC1156400.htm

SimplyHired -

Coastal Point -

Delmarva Life Network - WBOC Media -

Career Builder -

Google Careers -

USAJobs -


Local Businesses:

Cabinetry Unlimited -

Mountaire -

Perdue -

Royal Farms -

Wawa -

Harris Teeter -

Food Lion -

Sussex County Jobs -

Delaware School Jobs -

Brandywine Living -  - Filter for Delaware

Bethany-Fenwick Chamber of Commerce -

Walmart -

Atlantic General -

Beebe Medical Center -

Peninsula Regional Medical Center -


A few pieces of advice:

1. Double-check job postings that are listed on job sites with the company's website or by calling. Sometimes jobs get filled but companies forget to remove postings.

2. Job-searching anxiety is a real thing. Start small and ease yourself into the process. Yes, it can be a lot of work, but consistently applying and checking give the best results. Don't give up.

3. Take a look at the Self-Paced Learning section on our website. Check out websites like edX, Coursera, Harvard Free Online Courses, Khan AcademySkillshare, and search YouTube to learn skills. Visit your local library to gather books on topics you want to be more knowledgeable about in order to be more hireable.