Finding a job or researching career options can be a full-time job. While you can always schedule an appointment with the Career Center, here are additional resources you can research on your own!
Student groups and leadership programs are a great way to enhance your leadership skills and gain experience.
Social Media allows employers to get a glimpse of future employees that a resume, cover letter, or interview may not. It offers job seekers the opportunity to learn about companies they’re interested in; connect with current and former employees; and hear about job openings instantaneously, among other things. It is important to remember this when deciding what to post or not post on any social media site!
- SimplyHired.com - comprehensive search engine for jobs
- Indeed.com - comprehensive search engine for jobs
- Wall Street Journal Careers
- Career Marketplace, Inc.
- NACE Salary Calculator - is the hub for compensation data, with occupations in 560 regions in the United States.
- Federal Government Careers
- College Job Bank
- Indiana Job Network
- CollegeGrad.com - offers a wide variety of articles and information for the new college grad.
- JobsWeb.com - career and job search advice for new college graduates
- Inside Jobs - discover careers you don't know about yet.
- FastWeb - career planning, résumé, and interview etiquette
- America's Job Bank - National site but connects back to the state. Carries confidentiality feature.
- Simple Dollar- Employment Guide-
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- *O*Net Online Contains information for over 950 occupations.
- America's Career InfoNet
- Career & College Planning Resources - Plan your career goals and compensation that can be expected in the future for a particular job or position.
- WorkBloom - a premier online Career Resource Center.
- Employers by Majors