Career Information on the Internet
Career Guidance and Planning
Not sure of which career to pursue? The following websites will allow you to match your interests with your vocation as you explore different career options.
Take this online, multiple choice, career-determining test to learn which careers are best for you.
Want more information about a specific job or occupation? The following websites will provide information on a variety of careers.
This website is useful for rankings, providing lists of the fasting growing companies, occupations with the largest employment, the highest paying occupations, occupations with the most openings, and much more.
California Occupational Guides
Over 300 information sheets on a variety of occupations. Each sheet provides information on job duties, working conditions, employment outlook, wages, benefits, entrance requirements, and training.
The University of Manitoba provides numerous links to useful occupation-specific sites.
Jobstar Central Guides for Specific Careers
An alphabetical listing of career guides.
The first choice for government information on a variety of careers. Includes the skills needed for specific occupations, the job outlook, salary and wage information, etc.
The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
Company and Industry Information
A collection of hundreds of annual reports and 10k reports of companies trade in the U.S. stock exchanges.
Edgar Database of Corporate Information
Contains most of the information from the "Annual Report to ShareholdersEthat domestic public companies are required to file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
This site contains information about Fortune 500 companies, with links to company Websites. A large number of the company Websites include employment opportunities. The website also includes the top global 500 companies, America's most admired companies, the 100 fastest growing companies, and the best companies to work for.
Provides extensive company information.
Finding a Job or Internship
Provides extensive job hunting and career information. You can also choose a company and check their available positions.
Job seekers can search by job category, company, or location.
A national database of internships for students and recent graduates.
An enormous database of job listings, searchable by geographic location, industry, contract jobs, or keywords. You can also post your resume.
Covers the job search from beginning to end, providing information on career planning, resumes, networking, interviewing, negotiating, and relocation.
Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet
The definitive resource for job hunters.
Provides worldwide job search capabilities as well as success stories and career links.
What Color is Your Parachute? JobHuntersBible.com
Written and updated by Richard Bolles, author of the job hunting guidebook, What Color is Your Parachute?, this site provides excellent advice and resources in three major sections: job listings; resumes; and career counseling.
Salary and Wage Information
Provides salary information for thousands of jobs, including data by zip code and local areas.
Provides information on different occupations and salary information nationally and by region.
Current data on 160 positions within human resources, administration, finance, information management, engineering, health care, sales, and management.
Resumes, Cover Letters, and Interviewing
Includes information on how to apply for different types of jobs.
General practical information on crafting an effective resume.
Covers how to write a resume and cover letter; includes samples.