General Job Search Sites
America's Job Bank offers a broad spectrum of work, from professional and technical to managerial and clerical.
Career Builder is organized into 75 different career areas. This site keeps more than a million resumes on file. It is not only a job search engine, this site can also compare the salary levels of listings for similar jobs.
College Grad Job Hunter - Over 100,000 active jobs and internships. Also provides salaries and info for thousands of careers. Free online access to the best-selling book, College Grad Job Hunter.
Cooljobs - Some of the coolest and most unique jobs can be found here.
Dice.com lists approximately, 79,000 jobs with 6,800 employers online. Job seekers may register their skills and interest to receive e-mail alerts about appropriate listings.
Flipdog is another internet search site for jobs nationwide and more entry level positions for college graduates.
Hotjobs lists thousands of job openings. Job seekers can post their resumes on the site without the knowledge of their present employer.
Indeed.com is a comprehensive search engine for jobs and internships from sources such as Monster, HotJobs, CareerBuilder, the New York Times and Fortune 500 corporate Web sites.
Jobweb.com provides extensive information on the job outlook, hiring forecast, advice from employers and other helpful advice to the job hunter.
Jobs.com helps students seek for jobs via the Internet.
Monstertrak major to career converter can help you find career opportunities reflective of your academic major, interests, values, personal style and skills
National Business & Disability Council - Resume database for job seekers with disabilities.
WetFeet.com lists approximately 12,000 jobs and provides background information on employers.
Women For Hire offers career fairs in various cities but also has resume referral services for women.
Womensjoblist.com has over 700,000 jobs and work with some of the largest employers in the world (GE, American Express, Google, and State Farm).