Career & Job Websites
- Counselor's Picks
Our career counselors have visited these sites and find them to be very useful for your career planning and job search. Some of the sites are geared toward targeted job listings in specific disciplines while others have information on career trends, career options or employer profiles. The brief description of the site will help you determine if it is right for you.
- Career Exploration
Explore sites that help you develop your career plans and gather job outlook and salary information.
- Job Search Techniques
Review sites dealing with how to research employers, interview techniques, and salary negotiations.
- Jobs & Internships
Explore general employment sites for full-time and internship positions.
- New Jersey
Review sites with employment listings in New Jersey.
- Global Opportunities
Review sites with international listings and opportunities.
Visit sites with employment listings focused in these career fields.
- Graduate School Information
Find sites targeted to the graduate school application process.
- Graduate Students
Explore sites with information for current graduate students.
- Green Careers
Review sites with information on environmentally friendly career options.
- Hot Links to New Job Search Technology
Visit these links to find information on social media, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
- Information for Diverse Populations
Review web site information for ALANA, International, Gay & Lesbian, Women, and Religious populations.
- Portfolio Development
Explore sites for assistance with developing a professional portfolio. Most of the information focuses on teaching portfolios.
- RU Libraries' Career and Employment Resources
The Guide to Career and Employment Resources on the Internet is a publication of the Rutgers University Libraries. It provide useful links to information on career selection and development. Topics covered include career choice, job-hunting strategies, school-to-work transitions, employment at home and abroad, and support for workplace diversity. Please note that selected resources are only available on campus or to current students, faculty, and staff off-campus. To use these selected resources from off-campus you will need to configure your computer for remote access.
- Study Abroad
Find sites that provide information on study abroad.
Career Services maintains links to websites to facilitate your academic and career planning. We are not responsible for their web content, nor do we officially endorse these sites. We urge you to use caution before purchasing any services or resources offered by these sites.