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General Job Search Resources


  • Messiah College FalconJobs Network

  • America's Career Infonet
    America's Career Infonet

  • America's Job Bank
    This site is brought to you by the US Department of Labor. You may apply for jobs online. They boast that they contain information on approximately 250,000 jobs. 5% of jobs are in government, the rest are in the private sector. The site is updated weekly.

  • Campus Career Center
    A major site with jobs, internships and career resources for students. Also information for Employers and University Administrators.

  • Career Builder
    The CareerBuilder Network enables you to target your job search on more than a dozen of the best career sites. You can also register a Personal Search Agent at each site, so an opportunity is never missed.


  • Career Bliss

         CareerBliss not only has 3.5 milion job postings, but also 700,000 company reviews
         and ratings, and salary info on 4 million careers


  • Career Chase
    This site contains informational interviews of people in the workforce as well as a résumé post and Job search. The interviews give students a chance to read about an individuals career path and experiences in the work force.

  • Career Drive has a variety of job boards including General jobs, Government jobs, job networking, etc. They also have lists of job publications as well as job advice in the form of books, tapes, and software for sale.

  • Career Journal
    This site is part of the Wall Street Journal's online publications.  The site contains job hunting advice, daily job-related features, and job hunting tools.

  • The Chronicle of Higher Education Career Network
    Use this site to search for a job in almost any field.

  • College Grad Job Hunter - the #1 entry level job site, with information about careers, resumes, cover letters, interviewing, employers, entry level job postings and salaries.

  • College Journal This internet publication is a part of the Wall Street Journal and is useful for finding jobs, posting resumes, and reading helpful stories.

  • is the highest traffic site targeted at students who are seeking part time jobs or internships and alumni and graduates who are seeking full time career opportunities. Job seekers should both search the more than 20,000 job postings advertised on our website by going to our search page and they should submit their résumé to our free resume bank.

  • Employment 411 A directory of employment, career and job opportunities. Resume posting, writing and distribution, freelance and work at home opportunities plus online vocational training courses.


    EmploymentGuide's database contains over 11,000 job openings from more than 240 companies. It advertises jobs in engineering, information systems, telecommunications, marketing, accounting, health care and many other fields. This site makes it easy to put your résumé in their files and search for a job with specific preferences, if you wish. Advice on finding a job and writing a résumé is also easily available. This site is an excellent resource!


  • Employment Spot
    Employment Spot simplifies the search for the best job openings, salary and benefits information, job and résumé opportunities, job banks, interviewing tips and more.

  • Indeed
    This is an incredible tool for job seekers, and is completely free. In one search, Indeed gives students instant access to millions of jobs and internships from sources such as Monster, HotJobs, CareerBuilder, the New York Times and Fortune 500 corporate websites. It draws from thousands of other sources as well, including small industry-specific job boards, local newspapers and associations.


  • Inside Jobs
    Contains thousands of unique career profiles and includes cutting edge jobs, salary,   and videos as an inside look into different careers. 

  • JobCircle
    A good resource for regional job searching.

  • JobFront
    Search their database for jobs by the title, location company or any keyword(s). You can also post your résumé and modify it later for free. JobFront will automatically match your résumé with employers and notify you of job openings available.

  • The Job Resource
    This site targets current college students, recent grads, and recent alumni. It offers free job searches, résumé postings, and career advice services. Rated by Lycos as the number one career resource center on the web.

  • Job Web
    An Internet tool for finding a career. If you are inexperienced with the Internet or World Wide Web, there is an FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section that will help you out.

  • Monstertrak
    "the nation's leading job listing service... Partners with hundreds of college and university career centers... Utilized by over 250,000 employers (over 2,000 new job openings posted each day!)... Accessed by millions of college students, graduates and alumni"

  • National Business and Disability Council (NBDC)
    NBDC has a résumé database, a number of links to informational pages, and jobs openings listed, which are all geared towards people with disabilities.

  • Nation Job Network
    Focuses on Midwest with job listings from newspapers, businesses, recruiting agencies, and other sources. You can search for positions based on your preferences, background, experience, and qualifications. Leads are returned to you by e-mail.


         Pools together all jobs from across the internet into one easy to use site, gives

         access to some 8 million jobs at any given time



  • Sustainable Jobs

         Search engine for global jobs and internships related to the environmental sector









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