Step 3: Job Search

Shaking hands

 NACE Grab 'N Go


Do Internships or Co-Ops Get Benefits?

Top Ten Benefits Employers Offer

Career Development

Building Relevant Work Experience

Climb to Your Career in Four Years

Grad School Application-Timeline

Grad School-Getting In

Grad School-To Go or Not to Go?

Top 10 Career Strategies for Freshmen and Sophomores

Using an Infographic to Explore Potential Careers

Using Information Interviewing and Shadowing to Find Your Career

What Is a Good Fit and Do You Have It?


Benefits Count

How to Handle a Salary Request

Starting Salary Ranges for the Class of 2015

Top Hiring Industries and Top Majors Hired

Top Paid Business Majors

Top Paid Engineering Majors

Top Paid Humanities Majors

Top Paid Math and Science Majors

Top Paid Social Science Majors

What Will You Be Paid in Your First Job After Graduation

Internships & Co-ops

How an Intern Spends a Typical Work Day

Internship Timeline

Locating and Applying for Internships

Relevant Work Experience a Key for Job Search Success


Conducting the Successful Phone Interview

Dress for Success

How Should I Wear My Hair?

Interview Etiquette

Interview Rubric

Interview Time is Show Time

Introduce Yourself to Employers in 60 Seconds

Pre-employment Inquiries Related to Disabilities

Tips to Preparing for Video Interviews

Top Tips for Answering Interview Questions

Tough Questions Interviewers Ask and How to Answer Them

What Interviewers Want to Know

Job Market

10 tips for Top Notch References

Can You Change Your Mind About a Job After You've Accepted?

Choosing Among Job Offers

Organizations Offer Information on Jobs with the State or Federal Government

Tips from Employers that are Hiring

Job Outlook 2015

How Long Does it Take to Get a Job

Job Market for Class of 2015 Looks Bright

Job Outlook 2015 for Students

Top 10 Skills Employers Want to See on Your Resume

Your Resume-What Matters Most to Employers

Job Search

Build the Resume Employers Want

Building a Strong LinkedIn Profile

Cover Letter Rubric

Creating Your Professional Online Portfolio

From Interview to Job Offer

Marketing Your Resume to Employers

Personal Branding with Social Media

Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker

Researching Employers

Resume Basics

Resume Rubric

Resume Tips

Social Media in Your Job Search

Social Media Use

The Art of Writing Job Search Letters

The Veterans Guide to Developing a Resume

What to Do If You Don't Have a Job at Graduation

You Want a Job at Graduation-Six Tips to Success


Network for Your Job Search

Right Place-Right Time-Right Attitude-The Elements of Successful Networking

The Networking Challenge

Tips for Your Twitter Bio

On the Job

16 Tips for Using E-mail at Your New Job

Career Confidence

Five Things to Know About Declining a Job Offer

Focus on Your Job While Managing Your Career

Four Important Things You Need to Know About Thank-You Notes

The Fine Art of Cube Etiquette

The New Grad's Guide to Decorating a Cubicle

What You Need to Succeed in the Workplace

Your First Year on the Job

Study Guides

Study Guide - Career Confidence

Study Guide - Grad School

Study Guide - Internship

Study Guide - Job Search Letters

Study Guide - Resumes

Study Guide - Social Media 

Job Search Periodical

Job Choices - Award Winning Periodical

10 Tips for Using Social Media in Your Job Search
Adapting to Corporate Culture
A Step-by-Step Guide to a Winning Resume

The Successful Interview: Preparation and Practice Makes Perfect

Uncle Sam Wants You: Federal Jobs and Internships for Students and Recent Graduates

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