Many people have been talking about the jobs that will be potentially created as the Northeastern U.S. rebuilds from the incredible destruction brought on by Hurricane Sandy. Quite honestly, it may be too soon to know the full impact on the job market but I did some research and found some sites which might be worth checking out. What follows is just a start and you should look at all avenues to get back to work. If there is a silver lining to the massive damages caused by this storm, it just could be that many people might find new sources of income for the next 2-3 years.
www.hurricanesandy.jobs - Type in the state you want to work in and specify towns if you wish and a variety of jobs related to storm recovery will appear.
http://www.jobs4jersey.com/jobs4jersey/jobseekers/index.html - Site is managed by the NJ Department of Labor and will provide you with information on what is needed to qualify for and acquire jobs developed in NJ as a result of Hurricane Sandy.
http://www.labor.ny.gov/ui/2012-sandy-services.shtm - Similar to NJ, this site is operated by the NY Department of Labor and looks to have a lot of details related to employment made available due to the weather related events.
http://unemployedworkers.org/sites/unemployedworkers/index.php/site/blog_entry/disaster_unemployment_assistance_how_workers_can_access_the_program_sandy - This is a national site with lots of information geared to unemployed workers in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut who were impacted by Hurricane Sandy.