Directories & Other Career References
In addition to its many services and resources, the Career Development Center has identified a number of external websites that may be of help to you in your career planning or job search. The links below are just a sampling of what is available on the Internet.
- BrainTrack - Although its primary purpose is to offer acomprehensive directory of the world's universities and colleges, BrainTrack has a growing number of excellent career resources, including career profiles, expert "Career Voices" videos, student & workers "First Person Stories," salary summaries, career articles, and a career planning guide.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics - The Bureau of Labor Statistics of the U.S. Department of Labor is the principal Federal agency responsible for measuring labor market activity, working conditions, and price changes in the economy.
- CareerOneStop - US Department of Labor sponsored site that offers career resources and workforce information to help make informed career choices.
- CityTownInfo.com - Info and Analysis on US Places, Careers, Colleges, and more.
- Dictionary of Occupational Titles
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- The Margaret Riley Guide
- National Association of
Colleges and Employers
- Black Collegian Magazine
- Career Magazine
- CareerTV - hundreds of employer videos, career advice and salary videos
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- Career Podcasts and Videos from CollegeRecruiter.com
- Crains Chicago Business
- Fast Company
- Hispanic Network Magazine
- Job Postings Magazine - entry-level jobs and career information
- JobWeb's Career Information Resources