Job Search Services
Career Services provides you with an array of helpful career-related resources and job search tips and techniques.
Starting the Job Search
The job search can be frustrating, but the right job is out there for you. When starting your job search, it is important to remember that it can be many months before you find the right job. Keep things in perspective. You have spent many years in school to advance your career, so you should be strategic about your job search and consider your career goals.
From here, you can:
- Find industry-specific job Web sites
- Research salary information
- Learn about internships
- Polish your interviewing skills
- Learn about upcoming on-campus interviews
Download the Job Searching Guide
Whether you are a new college graduate, career changer, experienced professional or member of the military, the Job Searching Guide will get you started in your job search.
For Military Students
These external Web sites provide additional career information for members of the military transitioning to civilian life.
For Students With Disabilities
These external Web sites provide additional career information for students with disabilities.
Graduates Are In Demand
More than 46% of employers plan to increase their hiring of new college graduates to meet their business needs and to fill their talent pipelines. 1
"Don't give up. Job hunting in itself is a job. Stay determined. When it doesn't work out, seek a mentorship. Don't be afraid to ask for help."