Resources

JOB SEARCH TOOLS

*IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING FRAUDULENT JOB POSTINGS*

Simply Hired - Search All Jobs in One Place - the world’s largest job search engine with integration with LinkedIn and Facebook so that you can see "who you know out there" that can help you make that connection! 

Indeed.com - Indeed is a search engine for jobs - with a radically different approach to job search. In one simple search, Indeed gives job seekers free access to millions of employment opportunities from thousands of websites. Indeed.com includes all the job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages - and we continue to add new sites every day.

LinkedIn - Founded in 2003, LinkedIn connects the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. With more than 135 million members worldwide, including executives from every Fortune 500 company, LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network on the Internet. The company has a diversified business model with revenues coming from member subscriptions, marketing solutions and hiring solutions. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, LinkedIn has offices in 22 countries across the globe. Student Jobs Portal

OKJobMatch.com  - OKJobMatch.com is a revolutionary way to match the right employees with the right jobs in Oklahoma. Centered around an innovate web-based resume builder, OKJobMatch.com leads the nation in accurately matching job seekers with the careers that fit them best, all at no cost to applicants or employers. The resume building process can also help applicants identify gaps in education, skill, or credential requirements, and provide options for continuing education.

Glass Door - Glassdoor gives you a free inside look at company reviews, interview questions, & salary information for thousands of jobs.

Bright.com - Bright is a social job site that specializes in helping students and recent college grads find jobs at companies where their friends and alumni are already working. Rather than swimming through a sea of job applications, Bright will show you references and job connections you never knew you had! With a free database of 2.5 million entry-level jobs and the social savvy of Facebook, Bright is a great way for new job seekers to access their futures.

State of Oklahoma Office of Personnel Management - The official State of Oklahoma job posting center. 

ChooseTulsaJobs.com - Whether you're looking at relocating, are new to town, or are just thinking about a change, ChooseTulsaJobs.com is a key place to begin your job search. ChooseTulsaJobs.com is supported by the Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce and connects you to hundreds of the area's hottest job opportunities with large and small employers.  Another site that you'll see linked from there is another chamber-supported site called AeroJobsTulsa.com.

Federal Government Jobs - USAJOBS provides worldwide job vacancy information that is updated each day from a database of thousands of worldwide job opportunities. In many instances, you can apply for positions online or submit a resume online. Most of the listings are Federal job opportunities that can give you the chance to provide public service and make a difference in the lives of the American public.

OneWire Finance - A career management tool creating precise connections between professionals and firms.

Academic360.com - Academic360.com is a meta-collection of Internet resources that have been gathered for the academic job hunter. It includes links to faculty, staff, and administrative announcements and is not restricted to teaching positions.

Chronicle of Careers - The Chronicle of Higher Education is arguably the best information resource available to people in higher-education as well as a vast database of job-listings for all facets of university employment.

JournalismNow.com was founded with the mission of helping candidates in the field of journalism secure employment. Whether you're a recent college graduate, a candidate with 1-5 years of experience, or a candidate with 10+ years of experience, we want to help you. In addition to highlighting career opportunities, it is also our desire to feature articles that relate to the field of journalism, as well as international current events.

JournalismJobs.com is the largest and most-visited resource for media jobs, and receives more than one million page views a month. It has the an excellent variety of jobs, and the largest database of resumes for journalists.

State Job Banks  - Formerly "America's Job Bank", CareerOneStop was developed by the Department of Labor.  This site gives you access to each state's job bank resources. 

NewScientistJobs.com - is a premiere resource for scientific positions in industry, academia, and government. 

k12jobs.com - Certified teaching positions and Administrative opportunities throughout the U.S.

 

CAREER PLANNING TOOLS


What Can I Do With This Major? - What can I do with this major outlines industries or areas where an individual might work, potential employers and strategies for pursuing employment. From this site you may also link to employer sites and demographic information.

O*NET - The O*NET program is the nation's primary source of occupational information. Central to the project is the O*NET database, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. The database is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation. Information from this freely available database forms the heart of O*NET OnLine, the interactive application for exploring and searching occupations. The database also provides the basis for our Career Exploration Tools, a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.

CareerOneStop - Smart career decisions start here! Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library online.

The Riley Guide introduces you to the online job search, listing many online sites and services that are useful for your job search. The Riley Guide does not post jobs nor resumes but instead points you to the places that do. One of the best online resources out there! Great links to tips and articles related to job search techniques, networking tips, interview skills, etc.

Jobweb is an interactive career exploration tool. Learn about disciplines, majors, occupations and salary expectations. Read articles on career planning, exploration, and development. Brought to you by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

CollegeGrad.com - The career information at this site is based upon information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook and is the most comprehensive resource for occupational and career information available on the Internet. One nice resource is a list of the top employers at the college level.

In addition to more than 2,000 pages of free entry level job search advice, Collegegrad.com now has 35+ custom Job Search Minute Videos. Each video is approximately one minute in length and provides entry level job seekers with quick, practical advice on resume preparation, interview preparation, answering tough interview questions and more.

GRADUATE SCHOOL TOOLS

GradSchools.com - GradSchools.com is the leading and most comprehensive online graduate school guide to find the best graduate schools and graduate degree programs. Search from over 60,000 master's degrees, doctorate / doctoral degrees, PhD's and graduate certificate programs. Search by subject, graduate school or metro area nationwide and for international graduate programs. For students interested in distance learning or online graduate study, you can also search graduate degrees offered by accredited online colleges and universities. GradSchools.com can help students choose the right graduate program and school, and offers advice in completing the application process.

Peterson’s Guide to Graduate Programs - To succeed on your lifelong educational journey, you will need accurate, dependable, and practical tools and resources. That is why Peterson’s is everywhere education happens. Because whenever and however you need education content delivered, you can rely on Peterson’s to provide the information, know-how, and guidance to help you reach your goals. It’s here—it’s all here. With more than 40 years of experience behind us, Peterson’s is now poised to be the best education content provider in the United States. Peterson’s provides step-by-step guides on graduate school planning and the ability to search for graduate schools by subject or popularity.

Graduate School Tips - This website is a free resource provided by the Graduate Educational Information Service (GEIS). GEIS develops and maintains educational websites designed to enhance student outcomes and promote academic excellence. On this website, you’ll read about the benefits and challenges of attending graduate school, and learn how to pick the right school for you, as well as all your different options for financing your graduate education.

The GradCafe .com - This website is a great resource to help you cope with the stress of the application process. It has several blogs written by current graduate students as well as forums for students to communicate with each other about their application/admission journey. You can find forums for a specific program at a specific school and communicate with others who are applying for the same program. This website also tracks results of admission decisions being made every day. Students who receive an acceptance or rejection can post it in the results tracker so other students can see whether or not their school of choice has begun sending acceptances or rejections.