General Job Search Sites

General Job Search Sites

  • Career Builder - A variety of options on this site, including posting a resume, searching for a job, resume and cover letter advice, etc.
  • True Careers - Simultaneously search the leading career sites. Research companies. Review salary surveys. Post your resume.
  • Careerjournal.com - From the Wall Street Journal, this is a comprehensive career planning/job search site.
  • Careers.org - Find detailed information about hundreds of colleges and universities in the United States and abroad, along with in-depth profiles of thousands of related academic programs, occupations and industries.
  • College Central Network - Take advantage of job listings from BU and other PA-State System Universities. Click in through "Student Central" or "Alumni Central" to register. The CDC recommends that you upload your resume, which will also give you the option of participating in the Resume Referral Service. You may also create an electronic portfolio using the new Career Portfolio tool.
  • College Grad Job Hunter - Your Link to Life After College. This page is devoted to the job search of college student and recent graduates and links you to the very best job search information on the Net. Includes job listings, employer profiles and web sites for posting your resume.
  • Employment Guide - Search for hourly, skilled, full-time and part-time jobs.
  • Employment Spot - This site is a collection of employment and career-related resources on the web. A virtual employment resource center for job seekers, career counselors, and employers, this site simplifies the search for job banks, salary and benefits information, resume and job-posting opportunities, company profiles, internships, career information, and interviewing tips.
  • JobALot.com - With simple functionality and extensive job listings nationwide, it's easy to find that perfect job with JobALot.
  • Job Factory, The - To make finding a job easier, JobFactory searches the Internet for employment sites, then categorizes them so that you can go directly to the appropriate internet location.
  • Jobwich.com - a college graduate job listing board specializing in the country's metropolitan areas. Search for jobs by geographic location or category, upload a resume, and browse the increasing number of remote/telecommuting jobs.
  • Monstertrak - Monstertrak is an excellent source for jobs on the Internet in all areas of employment (full-time, part-time, internships). You may also create an on-line resume for employers to review, access employer home pages, and acquire job search tips and graduate school information.
  • Monster Board - Allows you to hunt for job opportunities, post your resume and conduct extensive research on employers worldwide. Also provided is a corporate sphere targeted to recruiters and hiring managers.
  • NACELink - Connects students and alumni with employers by providing job postings, a resume database and a means for students to apply to employers. Students and alumni can search jobs, store copies of their resumes and cover letters, and manage their job search. Registration is simple and free.
  • NationJob Online Jobs Database - Allows you to search for specific companies or jobs while providing a directory of all companies. You can do a job search, matching your own criteria at no charge with PJ Scout.
  • Vault Reports - A very comprehensive site, including options for job search, company profiles, message boards and insider research.