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12 Job Search Sites for Young Professionals

September 10th, 2012 · 2 Comments

Always in search of websites that help in career development, I was glad to hear from a regular reader who raved about the value of Career One Stop, which provides career tips and salary range information by zip code for all major career categories.  So, I decided to share that link along with 11 others that I’ve checked out recently.

The following links provide job leads, salary insights and career-related advice:

The Riley Guide:  Wide range of job search and career advice

Job Star Central: Job search tips and local job listings Salary calculator by profession and excellent resources for students and entry-level professionals

Grove Job: Browse part-time hourly, seasonal and student jobs by region

Nation Job: Impressive listing of job openings and information about hiring companies

Career Jet: Job opening search engine

DC Job Source: Guide to internships and student programs with U.S. government agencies

US.Jobs:  Impressive search engine for current openings and quick link to applying  Career intelligence on companies, professions, internships and jobs board.

Job Search: Lists of who’s hiring and job search tips provided by National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE)

College Grad:  Job search tips and listing of nearly 28,000 PR jobs ranging from entry level to senior positions

If you find a particularly helpful career or job search website that can be helpful to those pursuing careers in public relations, please add via the Comment link.


Tags: Careers · Job Search · New Links

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Alicia Downing // Jan 25, 2013 at 10:08 am

    I am currently a senior at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO and I thought this article was particularly helpful because I am graduating in May 2013 and I am looking for good job search websites. I have been looking at which is another job search website that allows you to enter your desired location and key words related to your job, then it emails you whenever new jobs with your specifications are found. Have you heard of and/or do you think this is a good resource? Also, would it be better to go to specific company websites as opposed to job search sites?

  • 2 Culpwrit // Jan 25, 2013 at 11:10 am

    Alicia: Yes, I’m familiar with I recommend it to give people ideas of the types of jobs that exist around the country, but a large number of agencies and corporations don’t advertize on such job sites. Therefore, it is important to regularly check company websites. I stress “regularly” since many agencies now only leave job postings up for 72 hours rather than a week or longer. Good luck.

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