There are many nonprofit organizations that offer free or inexpensive job counseling services. Many nonprofit organizations — colleges, universities, public libraries, and private associations — offer free or inexpensive counseling, career development, and job placement services. Often these services are targeted to a particular group — for example, women, minorities, the blind, and the disabled — although there are also agencies that are available to the general public. Many cities and towns have commissions that provide services for these special groups.
The United States Department of Labor also offers job placement services through One-Stop Career Centers located throughout the country. You can search for a local center by visiting America's Service Locator on the Web at