Careers and Jobs
Business Week Online About Careers
Job search and career information for Business Week and LeadersOnline, an executive recruiter. Covers career strategies, work life, job trends, salaries and living costs. For middle to top executives, earning $75,000-$250,000.
Career and Job Hunting Resources Guide
From Quintcareers; includes a career toolkit with guidance on how to write cover letters and resumes among other topics, doing a job search and going to college.
Career Development Center (CSULB)
Links to job banks plus information on majors and careers, internships, resumes and cover letters and career counseling services. Also has library of career resources. Use BeachLINK for interviews and internships.
Career Guide to Industries
Descriptions of 47 industries with career information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, covers working conditions, earning outlook and training requirements. 2000-2001 edition.
Guide to Job Hunting on the Internet
Tips, tools, tutorials and other information on doing a job search on the Internet. Includes a tutorials on cover letters, resumes, interviewing and salary negotiations among others. A comprehensive site for students and jobseekers.
Online supplement to the book by Dick Bolles, What Color is Your Parachute: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career Changers.
"A web site of career development and job-search information for college students and new college graduates." Sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics covers what workers do, working conditions, training and education needed, earnings and job prospects in a wide variety of occupations.
The best approach to researching individual companies is to utilize the Subject Guide to Business - Corporations. This guide provides links to web sites that contain current company data, brief profiles and directory type information about companies. You will have the most success if the company is publicly owned.
America's Job Bank
Links to 1,800 state Employment Services offices with jobs listings for both the private and public sectors.
A megasite career search engine that covers multiple career web sites (over 70); advanced searching includes location, description, keyword, and salary searches.
"Monster.com is a lifelong career network job seekers can use to expand their careers, providing continuous access to the most progressive companies, as well as interactive, personalized tools to make the process effective and convenient. Features include: My Monster, resume management, a personal job search agent, a careers network, chats and message boards, privacy options, expert advice on job-seeking and career management and free newsletters."