Find a Job

Search for a job that fits your education, abilities, and interests.

Online Resources for Your Job Hunt

Below you'll find just a sampling of the Web's job resources

  • Campus Program
    • A comprehensive career development site for college students, with resources from helping you find a program of study, to choosing a major, and to finding employment after graduation
  • Career One Stop
    • Provides an integrated suite of national Web sites that help businesses, job seekers, students, and workforce professionals find employment and career resources.
    • A service that allows employees to search for employment openings, post their resumes, research employer profiles, and more; allows employers to post openings and search the site's database for potential employees.
    • features a job search engine and as well as resume and cover letter help.
  • Diversity Employers
    • The electronic version of the 27-year old magazine; provides career planning and job search information for students and professionals of color.
    • A job board designed specifically for part time, hourly, and seasonal jobs.
    • The job search site for people seeking employment in higher education (faculty, administrative, executive, and part-time). Search listings by job category, state, or institution.
  • Job Finder Advisory
    • This site provides free tips to help you search for a job, plan and write your resume, prepare for a job interview and even includes advice to help you choose the career path that is right for you.
  • Monster
    • Provides information for job seekers, including resources, fun and games, chats, and message boards.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    • A site provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics to provide information about the U.S. job market, particular career areas, employment statistics, and employment projections for up to 10 years.
    • One of the most widely recognized destinations for those seeking reliable information about employee pay levels and compensation-related best practices, trends, and policies.
    • Promotes Hispanic careers and education. Includes national job listings, a resume pool, an education center, a career index, and more.
    • A listing of all state agency job openings in Texas; searchable by region, type of work, salary, and education level, and provides specific information on how and where to apply for the openings.

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