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One of the best tools for your job search is literally right at your fingertips. Whether you are researching a company or entire industry, seeking a new position or scoping out the competition; the internet offers you a wealth of information at the click of a mouse.

Below are a few useful links to get you started:

Online Job Boards & Industry Information

  • Glassdoor: Job & internship postings as well as company reviews & interview tips
  • Buzzfile.com:Research employers by majors & discover employment opportunities
  • Career.com: Search job postings by keywords and location
  • Monster.com: Traditional online job board
  • Indeed.com: Job aggregator (pulls jobs based on industry, location or keyword from a number of online job boards)
  • Great Green Careers: List of new jobs in the green industry
  • Istudentcity: A fee-based service for international students searching for placements
  • Hcareers.com: lists travel & hospitality management jobs
  • Street ID: Job opportunities and networking in Finance
  • COSD's:Career Opportunities for Students with Disabilities
  • TeamWork Online:   a sports and live events job match-making engine that also offers professional "Teammate" networking events and an online professional networking registry
  • Accounting.com: details about specific areas of accounting as well as job opportuntities
  • Accountingfly.com: Accounting specific job board and network
  • Summer Jobs: A resource for finding summer camp jobs & seasonal staff positions with camps, amusement parks, resorts, national parks, hotels, environmental organizations and more

Company Profiles & General Information

Government Resources

  • Mynextmove.org : "What do you want to do for a living?" Created for the US Dept. of Labor, this site allows you to search careers by keywords and industries or can suggest careers that match your interests and training.
  • USAJobs.gov: The federal government’s official jobs site
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: Classic occupational reference guide compiled by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • O*NetOnline: Detailed descriptions of the world of work
  • Veterans’ Job Search: Career resources for Veterans
  • US Small Business Administration : Thinking about starting your own business? Get the necessary information here