The following websites contain excellent information on career opportunities.
- Atomic Learning - Career Skills Training
- Career Cloud Job Search - Create a social resume, find connections, browse hidden job leads and listen to CareerCloud Radio.
- CareerConnect - Connect with business professionals for internship opportunities, job shadowing, mentoring and more
- Career OneStop - Explore careers and assess interests
- Career Stories - Job descriptions and advice from hundreds of people working in real jobs
- iSeek Careers - Career, education, and job resources
- Job Accommodation Network (JAN) - Offers practical solutions and workplace success. JAN is a service of the U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy.
- Job Hunter's Bible: Official site of the book, "What Color is Your Parachute?"
- LinkedIn -
- Occupational Outlook Data (Bureau of Labor Statistics) - search different types of jobs and learn the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job and working conditions
- O*Net Resource Center - Interest profiler, search for careers by key words and industry
- Riley Guide - "The web's premier gateway for job search, career exploration, and school information, since 1994."
Career Resources By Major
- Accounting Jobs
- Bank Jobs
- Economics Jobs
- Federal Jobs
- eFinancial Careers
- Financial Job Network
- Government Jobs
- Great Insurance Jobs
- Human Resources Jobs
- Insurance Sales Jobs
- Lobbying Jobs
- Logistics Jobs
- Opportunities in Public Affairs
- Sales Jobs
- Statistics Jobs
- USA Jobs (Federal Government)
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