Job Search Resources
The EXCITE Office is your connection to exploring internship, volunteer, full-time, part-time and seasonal positions. You can discuss the mechanics of resume writing, have your resume critiqued, discern how to give your best interview, participate in a mock interview and discover strategies for conducting an effective job search.
- O*NET: Use this primary source of occupational information related to characteristics of workers and occupations. Take a career assessment through the "My Next Move" tab.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics: This master research tool can be used for exploring different career paths and learning about the nature, average salary and job skills for a specific career.
- Roadtrip Nation: A tool that empowers you to define your own road in life instead of traveling down someone else's.
- You can also read about personal stories from insiders currently working in careers, like degree requirements, tips, best and worst aspects, job tasks, etc.
Job Search Resources
- College Central Network: Search for full-time, part-time, seasonal, internship, and volunteer positions; contact employers and upload your resume.
- LinkedIn Jobs: A customizable profile and search tool, and also our #1 recommended social networking site, to link students with over 35 million professionals. Harness the power of your network to uncover insights such as who you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search. Be sure to check out our Internship search too!
- LinkedIn Salary: This tool allows students to understand their earning potential and make an educated decision based off accurate salary data.
- LinkedIn ProFinder: A freelance platform to connect freelancers with real business projects.
- USAJobs: The official job listing site for the federal government. Shown are employment search, information center, veteran information and forms.
- Search millions of job listings on popular job sites like Simply Hired and Indeed. find local jobs, salary comparisons, and employment trends; new jobs added daily.
- VolunteerMatch: Your ultimate resource for finding that volunteering position that will set you apart on your resume.
- Ohio Means Jobs: A great place to search for jobs in Ohio.
- Ohio Means Internships : Find Ohio internships and co-ops that best fit your criteria.
- GlassDoor: Am excellent resource for salary research, company reviews and job listings.
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