Links & Resources
The Office of Internships & Career Development can work with individuals to leverage technology in order to research and learn about potential career paths. Some great links we recommend are:
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Salary.com is a leading provider of on-demand human resources software that help businesses and individuals manage pay and performance.
My PayScale and PayScale Premium give individuals the accurate facts and negotiation know-how they need in order to make smart, informed career decisions.
NACE provides research and information to its professional members through NACEWeb, quarterly surveys of starting salary offers to new college graduates, a quarterly journal, a biweekly newsletter, and surveys of employer and college members.
Career Research Sites
Universum is the global leader in employer branding, an international corporation that surveys 300,000 students and 80,000 professionals and provides Ideal Employer TM research, full-service media portfolios and strategic consulting services to more than 1,200 clients in 28 countries.
Vault is the indispensable provider of information and solutions for professionals and students who are pursuing and managing high-potential careers.
The most comprehensive television network just for college students mtvU is dedicated to every aspect of college life, reaching students everywhere they are: on-air, online and on campus.
VirtualJobShadow.com is a highly engaging career exploration tool for students and job seekers. Through online videos, VirtualJobShadow.com provides a behind-the-scenes look at life on the job for nearly 100 different careers.
WetFeet continues to provide insightful profiles of companies, careers, and industries to guide job seekers toward finding the right career, the right industry, the right company, and the right job for them.
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Job Profiles is a guide for choosing careers by helping people to understand different job types.
MyPlan.com helps students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about their education and careers.