The US Dept. of Labor has a great site for students to use to explore careers. It starts with an image showing different school subjects. The students then click on a subject that they like, and the site links them to different careers that are similar to that subject.
Includes links to: State job banks, which allow you to search job openings listed with state employment agencies America’s Career InfoNet, which provides data on employment growth and wages by occupation; data on the knowledge, skills, and abilities required by an occupation; and links to employers America’s Service Locator, which is a comprehensive database of career centers and information on unemployment benefits, job training, and educational opportunities
Indeed is a search engine for jobs that 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.
This site is no longer updated but the page remains posted and contains useful information for career research. This page lists reviewed web resources, including those pertaining to professional organizations.
Exhaustive resource for: resumes, Curriculum Vitae, cover letters, references, recommendations, Internet-ready resumes, posting online, Federal resumes, how to list right-to-work information and security clearance, and the rejection letter.