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.)
- Occupational Outlook Handbook On-line
describes over 300 occupations which account for 91% of all of the jobs
in the U.S.
provides the capability to research companies and industries. It also
provides career advice and career links.
- 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.
- 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?
- Inside Jobs
Explore careers. Discover career idea. What do you like to do? What
are you good at?
- My Next Move
What do you want to do for a living?
- Career Library
Resources can be found at the Career Development Center
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.
- 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.
- 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.