How This Works

An employment agency is defined as an organization that finds employers or employees within a given industry or occupation.

We maintain a list of employment agencies designed for helping professionals connect with recruiters at staffing firms across the country in a variety of industries and occupations.

    1. Review categories below (by industry and geographic location)
    2. Make your desired selection and route to the corresponding page
    3. Conduct your own research and connect with agencies directly
List of Employment Agencies - Job Seeker Resources - JobStars USA

Things to Consider When Contacting Employment Agencies

  • Employment agencies are generally inviting and welcoming to job seekers. Most agencies make it easy for professionals to reach them and/or upload a copy of your Resume to their website.

  • The vast majority of employment agencies are free (no charge) to job seekers. This means it doesn’t cost money to upload a copy of your Resume and/or give employment agencies a phone call to introduce yourself.

  • Employment agencies conduct preliminary interviews and assessments with prospective job seekers for temporary, temp-to-hire, part-time, and full-time jobs across a broad range of industries and occupations.

  • Employment agencies are not obligated to help you find work. Most recruiters will only genuinely take an interest in qualified candidates for vacant roles they’re responsible for filling.

Employment Agencies by Category

Click image below to route to the corresponding List of Employment Agencies by industry

Agencies (all industries)

Employment Agencies by Industry

Architecture

Architecture Employment Agencies

Automotive

Automotive Employment Agencies

Communications

Communications Employment Agencies

Construction

Construction Employment Agencies

Creative

Creative Employment Agencies

Education

Education Employment Agencies

Engineering

Engineering Employment Agencies

Executive

Executive Search Firms

Fashion

Fashion Employment Agencies.

Finance

Finance Employment Agencies

Food & Beverage

Food & Beverage Employment Agencies

Healthcare

Healthcare Employment Agencies

Human Resource

Human Resource Employment Agencies

Information Technology

IT Employment Agencies

Legal

Legal Employment Agencies

Logistics

Logistics Employment Agencies

Real Estate

Real Estate Employment Agencies

Sales

Sales Employment Agencies

Science

Science Employment Agencies

Sports

Sports Employment Agencies

Employment Agencies by Location

Click image below to route to the corresponding List of Employment Agencies by city

Agencies (by city)

Employment Agencies by Location

National Agenices

National Employment Agencies

Atlanta

Atlanta Employment Agencies

Austin

Austin Employment Agencies

Baltimore

Baltimore Employment Agencies

Boston

Boston Employment Agencies

Charlotte

Charlotte Employment Agencies

Chicago

Chicago Employment Agencies

Cleveland

Cleveland Employment Agencies

Dallas

Dallas Employment Agencies

Denver

Denver Employment Agencies

Detroit

Detroit Employment Agencies

Houston

Houston Employment Agencies

Indianapolis

Indianapolis Employment Agencies

Jacksonville

Jacksonville Employment Agencies

Kansas City

Kansas City Employment Agencies

Las Vegas

Las Vegas Employment Agencies

Louisville

Louisville Employment Agencies

Miami

Miami Employment Agencies

Milwaukee

Milwaukee Employment Agencies

Minneapolis

Minneapolis Employment Agencies

Nashville

Nashville Employment Agencies

Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Employment Agencies

Omaha

Omaha Employment Agencies

Orlando

Orlando Employment Agencies

Philadelphia

Philadelphia Employment Agencies

Phoenix

Phoenix Employment Agencies

Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Employment Agencies

Portland

Portland Employment Agencies

Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City Employment Agencies

San Diego

San Diego Employment Agencies

Seattle

Seattle Employment Agencies

Tampa

Tampa Employment Agencies