The Princeton Review “Career” page. Career education information center, research and internship information. Includes career advice on distance learning, career planning, information on military careers, and information for recent graduates.
Georgia Career Information Center “SKILLS” assessment. (Use ID: gpcde and password: gcis588). Rank your job skill preferences based on Holland codes. Occupation profiles are also available on this website.
The Job Hunters Bible. Based on the book What Color is Your Parachute? This site is a classic text in career exploration. It provides links to various career assessments and other career related information.
University of Saint Thomas Division of Student Affairs - “Career Development Model.” This model explains a system for career exploration.
AARP Foundation- Many 50+ Americans are returning to the workplace to create better lives for themselves.
Need a career change? Explore various careers for mid-career job changers & senior citizens.
US Department of Labor- Bureau of Labor Statistics – “Occupational Outlook Handbook.” Includes training and education requirements, projected job earnings and prospects, career profiles and working conditions.
America’s Career InfoNet. Contains information on career and industry profiles, state job markets and various career tools.
The Riley Guide. Offers links for career information, exploration, career transition, career changes, and planning and managing a career.
College Grad. Includes job search and job seeker tools and career resources.
College Board – “Major and Career Profiles.” Includes information on categories for majors and careers.
US Department of Labor- Bureau of Labor Statistics - “Occupational Outlook Handbook.” This industry standard includes information on job market trends and prospects, both nationally and state-based.
Georgia Department of Labor – “Occupational Trends” page. Includes information on occupational profiles, state-based wages and area labor profiles for each county.
America’s Job Bank. Includes job search engine, relocation and labor market information.
MonsterTRAK. **Password: jaguars. Service for college students to search jobs and internships.
CollegeGrad.com. Includes job search information from employer search, relocation information and advice on starting your own business.
GeorgiaHIRE.com. Created by the University System of Georgia to connect employers and college graduates looking for jobs. Search jobs and post resumes.
The Riley Guide – “How to Job Search”. Information and advice on the various steps of the job search process. Provides links to other resources and guides.
Job Hunters Bible. Links to general, regional, field specific sites, meta-sites and non-web resources.
IM Diversity Career Center. Job search and employer research tools geared towards diverse populations.
Opportunity Knocks. Non-profit job search resource.
Atlanta Journal Constitution. Includes job search, job market information, advice, and updates on Georgia’s top 100 businesses.
Career Lab - “How to Write a Great Letter.” Advice on writing business letters based on advertising and marketing strategies.
Senior Job Bank- Employers looking for dedicated people over the age of 50.