Job Sites

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Glassdoor: It’s a free resource customized to meet the specific needs of today’s students, allowing them to find and research the latest entry-level jobs and salaries, career tips and more. Job seekers will get an insider’s perspective of what it’s like to work at a specific job at a specific company.
LinkedIn: If you have your LinkedIn profile updated with quality content, you can use it to apply directly to certain jobs on LinkedIn. Not all job postings allow this feature; however, your profile is essentially your résumé. It’s become very important for job seekers to have a LinkedIn profile.
USAJOBS: Access thousands of job opportunities across hundreds of federal agencies and organizations. You can find open positions for a countless array of occupational areas, from accounting and air navigation to oceanography and podiatry.

Indeed: Browse jobs locally, nationwide, and worldwide. View salaries from over 50 million jobs, see the latest job trends, and get advice on the forum. Create an account, post your résumé, and receive job recommendations based on your searches.
UTSystem Initiative: The Office of Innovation and Strategic Investment is piloting a systematic means of helping small and mid-sized enterprises to more efficiently and effectively recruit the talent they need from across the University of Texas System. The program is free of charge and available to all Texas small and mid-sized employers.
Work In Texas: This site provides recruiting assistance to Texas employers of all types and sizes, and job search assistance to any individual seeking work in Texas.

Simply Hired: Offers one of the largest job pools because they pull job listings from around the web, including those from social-media sources.
CareerBuilder: Instead of searching and searching with keywords, you can now be matched based on the content of your résumé and have the right jobs come to you.

Dice: Best place for STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) jobs, with a focus on technology, security clearance, financial services, energy, and health care jobs.
MediaBistro: It’s ideal for individuals working in advertising, marketing, public relations, and journalism looking for jobs, training, or career advice.
Snagajob: Geared toward part-time gigs and specializes in hourly jobs — perfect for a side-hustle or short-term contracts.

LinkUp: Acts like Google by indexing company web pages and delivering the most up-to-date and relevant job data.
Monster.com: When it comes to providing resources to further your career beyond a simple job search, Monster.com excels. The Top Articles and Career Advice section is a good place to start if you’re researching different careers.
Job.com: A good source if you want to find nearby jobs, and their local approach helps simplify their search tool to a location and keyword box.

Jobing.com: Quick access to powerful job search tools with little hassle, and unique local job sites.
Idealist: Primarily non-profit oriented opportunities, including international.
CollegeGrad: Search for jobs and internships targeted to college students and recent grads. Learn how to write a resume, cover letter, and how to negotiate a job offer. Create an account and post your résumé for employers to view.

GettingHired: Search thousands of jobs nationwide. Join their network and receive resources for veterans, students, and jobseekers with disabilities. Build your résumé, take a career assessment, improve your interview skills, get job recommendations and get advice.
Pathways to Science: Pathways to Science is a project of the Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP). Pathways to Science supports pathways to the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We place particular emphasis on connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources.
One Wire (Finance): Browse jobs locally, nationwide, and worldwide. Create an account, post your résumé, and receive job recommendations based on your searches.