Career Resources

Job Searching:
Career Rookie
College Recruiter 
Glassdoor
Hound.com 
Indeed
Job Postings.net
LiveCareer
Monster Job Search
Nonprofit Jobs Cooperative 
Texas Workforce 
Waxahachie Daily Light - Job Classifieds 
Workplace Diversity
4 Reasons to Use Social Media in Your Job Search
Social Media Success: A Guide for Job Seekers
What is a cover letter — and why is it important?
​Internship/Volunteer Opportunities

Coolworks 
Glassdoor - Search internships
InRoads

Government Jobs
AmeriCorps 
FBI 
Leadership Institute 
USA Jobs 

Seasonal/Temporary Employment
snagajob.com 
Summerjobs.com
LinkedIn Resources -
(No account required)
Jobs - on LinkedIn allows you to harness the power of your network and get hired. LinkedIn Jobs surfaces insights such as who you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.

 

ProFinder  - is a freelance marketplace for finding project-based work. We are frequented by professionals looking to hire experts in areas like design, writing or software engineering. This platform helps small businesses connect with independent professionals right in their community.

Linked-In

Job Research

 
Jobs Research on LinkedIn
Have you spent hours, days, or even weeks scrolling through hundreds of job listings trying to identify the "perfect job title" that fits your interests? You're not alone. One of the biggest challenges job seekers have is knowing what types of jobs to search for in their job search, or even which jobs exist.
Browse job titles, and various job functions (e.g. education jobs, environmental consulting jobs, or entry level accounting jobs).
 
LinkedIn surfaces popular job titles and listings, as well as top cities and companies for a particular job, making it easier for job seekers and exploring students to learn more about opportunities in various fields. Be sure to check out salaries as these can vary between job titles.

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