Online Job Index
So, you're close to finishing your degee, and now you want to get a job. Where can you look for the job of your dream? Below are some great online job sources. This list was complied by the University Career Resource Center:
308 Student Union, (405) 744-6434
University Placement - A lot of information about jobs available in the State of Oklahoma and on campus. The Placement Office in the Student Union in room 370
Internet Resources for the Adventurous
Cool Works: This website is an adventurers dream! Current listings for Jobs in National Parks, Cruise Jobs, Resort Jobs, Ski Jobs, Camp Jobs, and Volunteer opportunities.
Marine Mammal Science: How do I become a marine mammal trainer? What are typical salaries in marine mammal careers and how do I find a university program? This site provides answers on how to plan your education and work experience to prepare for a career in marine mammal science.
Volunteers In Parks: Volunteer to work side-by-side with National Park Service employees.
Virtual Search's Online Center: Your Interactive Multimedia and Game Industry search specialists are looking for creative individuals in the areas of software, art, production, game development and marketing.
Outdoor/Environmental Careers: This site gives examples of careers for those with environmental concerns, lists environmental organizations, outdoor programs, and much more!
Military Career Guide Online: Visit the leading career information resource for the military world of work. Details on 152 enlisted and officer occupations are given. Career fields include Human Services, Media and Public Affairs, Health Care and Administrative to name a few.
Internet Resources for Career Information
Hot Jobs: a variety of jobs in a variety of fields. http://www.hotjobs.com
Hire Ed: jobs in Higher Education: http://www.hire-ed.org
The Catapult on Jobweb: A "springboard" to career-related and job-related sites.
Career Choices: A site on the Catapult which offers information on careers from aquatic science to zoo-keeping.
Occupational Outlook Handbook: The 1996-1997 handbook describes occupations in detail and provides occupational outlook information prepared by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
America's job Bank: A network linking the 1,800 state Employment Services offices. Job seekers need to take the job number to a state employment agency in order to apply for positions.
Career City Jobs: Let Career City's search engine put several thousand job listings at your fingertips. This site includes Adams Job Bank Online.
Career Magazine: An online career magazine with employer profiles, job listings, career links, resume bank, and a career forum.
The Monster Board: Free access to over 50,000 jobs; upgraded technology to help you find the right job; meet Jobba-The-Hunt, your personal job search agent; site includes employer profiles.
Cool Works: Check out the "cool" places to work. This site includes Cruise jobs,
Ski jobs, Resort jobs, jobs in National Parks and much more.
Job Source: Search for internships and part-time jobs; find employer profiles, or link to colleges and universities homepages.
Career Mosaic: An excellent site to link into employer profiles, Online Job Fairs, Health Care opportunities, International job opportunities, and job search tips.
Career Path: Select from 28 major U.S. newspapers and search the want ads by job categories or keywords.
Career Web: Save your resume and receive a resume number for quick and easy responses to advertised job listings. Search the jobs database by location, job classification or keyword. Hundreds of new jobs are added daily.
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