Career Research Resource
on Careers, developed by 26 liberal arts colleges including Hope,
lists career information and job listings in a range of professional
categories, including environmental and other sciences, human and social
services, consulting, sales and marketing. (For students and alumni
who are off-campus, call or email the Office of Career Services.)
Career InfoNet displays occupational information to assist you in
your career search and increase your overall understanding of the job
market nationally and within specific states as well as regions within
a state. (Hint: Use the "Wages and Trends" section to conduct an occupation
search. In this section, use the navigational bar on the left-hand side
of your screen to view more detailed information.)
provides the capability to research companies and industries. It also
provides career advice and career links.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook On-line
describes over 300 occupations which account for 91% of all of the jobs
in the U.S.
- O*NET on-line
explore a variety of occupations and receive detailed information about
the skills and requirements needed.
- The Riley Guide
is the most comprehensive directory of employment and career information
sources and services on the Internet.
Exploration UC Berkeley has developed this site to help you explore
careers by providing links to additional sources of occupational information,
graduate and professional programs, and information of special interest
to multicultural populations.
- Careers Journal, from the
Wall Street Journal, allows you to search databases for job openings
and employer web sites. Additional information is also listed for starting
a business, working globally, salaries and profiles and much more.
- College Grad Job Hunter is
the largest open access web site dedicated to college student and recent
grad job and internship search with more than 4500 companies listed.
- College Journal at wsj.com offers
hundreds of articles on all aspects of job hunting, career management
and salary data. This site also features a database of more than 30,000
jobs from entry-level and internship positions to higher-level positions
for more experienced students and alumni.
- Career Magazine is the place
to go for all types of career information. Not only does it contain
job listings and a resume bank, but it also has links to relocation
resources, articles, job fairs, directories and more.
- World-Of-Work Map
by ACT, Inc. What kind of work is for you? Are you a Data, Things, Ideas,
or People person . . . or somewhere in between?
Review On-Line Snapshots allows for research of thousands of careers
by providing career profiles that include a view of daily life in the
career, past and future outlook, salary information, major employers,
and professional associations. You must register to use their service.