FULL-TIME JOBS

There’s a lot more to finding a job than simply handing out resumes. There are several different job search strategies for finding employment and it’s best to use a variety of them to ensure a successful search.

When looking for work it's important to strike a balance between looking for advertised openings and unadvertised openings (the hidden job market). Most job openings are not advertised, so it requires some creativity and initiative to uncover those hidden opportunities.

Conducting a job search is very exciting, but can also be overwhelming. Be sure to seek out the support and assistance of a Career Advisor.

Job Search Strategies

Letters
Resumes
Company Research

Job Search Tools

UC CareerNet
CareerShift   - Career Shift Instructions
Video: Tips on How to Search for Jobs & Internships on Search Engines

Helpful Links

CS SPOTLIGHT

50 Best Places to Work

Glassdoor's annual list of 50 Best Places to Work is now available. What makes this list unique is that it's the "Employees' Choice" of workplace awards - the winners were selected by the 250,000+ employees that completed a company review.

CS SPOTLIGHT

BEst NONPROFITS TO WORK FOR 2013

2013 Nonprofittimes

The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) hasn’t rested on its laurels since being selected as the Best Nonprofit to Work For in an annual survey by The NonProfit Times the past two years. Its leadership team noted that some of the comments from last year’s surveys coincided with their own observations so they developed a “compassion fatigue workshop” for the staff.

Read more about the top 50 nonprofits places to work for 2013.