This page contains a list of useful web-based resources that you can use to investigate a variety of different careers.
Resources Applicable to All Careers
NOTE: AGGREGATE SEARCH ENGINES DRAW FROM MULTIPLE JOB POSTING SITES
(Please use caution when exploring aggregate job postings to verify employer application online links, phone numbers, and physical addresses are for the actual employer. Please use caution when sharing resume information.)
Occupational Outlook Handbook – U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics publishes this nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
Resources Specific to Discipline
HigherEdJobs – National website clearinghouse, which lists college and university employment opportunities.
Elementary & Secondary Education
Teacher Certification Degrees – Online site provides information about teaching certifications by state. The site also offers listings of available teaching jobs by location.
Teamwork Online – Online postings for jobs in sports at the collegiate and professional levels.
Athlete Network – Online free resource allowing college athletes to create a profile and search job postings from companies that want to hire student-athletes.
Information Technology Careers
LaunchCode – Online site that aims to provide an opportunity for aspiring programmers by removing credential barriers and offering apprenticeship positions at companies who are seeking to fill jobs.
Tennessee’s Career Coach – Online website provided by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development that offers job seekers career coaching advice for free.
USA Jobs – Federal United States government jobs are listed by city, state, and country.
America’s Charities – Online resource provides information for those interested in working or interning for a charity or non-profit organization.
Americorps – A network of local, state, and national service program that connects more than 70,000 Americans each year in intensive service to meet our country’s critical needs in education, public safety, health, and the environment
The Idealist – This is where the non-profit world networks for jobs.
Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs – Coro program participants learn about the real world, in the real world by actively questioning, interacting with diverse constituents, finding resources and coming up with innovative solutions to the problems faced by their communities.
American Chemical Society/College To Career Site – This is the American Chemical Society website, which posts information about careers in chemistry.
Firescience – Online website that provides information about careers in the forestry field.
Social Services Careers
The New Social Worker – Online website devoted to connecting candidates to employers in the social services field.
Research Potential Employers
After College – Online site provides information on employers and jobs, plus much more.
Buzzfile– Online free resource providing the names of businesses that hire specific majors
Glassdoor – Online resource that provides company reviews by employees, salary information, questions to ask specific employers in interviews, job postings and more.
Vault – Online site provides research on employers and jobs.
Workplace Diversity – Online site that connects candidates with employers seeking to create a diverse workforce.
Research Local Employers
Greene County Partnership/Chamber – Online resource, which provides a membership directory of businesses in Greeneville and Greene County, TN.
Knoxville Chamber of Commerce – Online resource, which provides a membership directory of businesses in Knoxville, TN.
Morristown Chamber of Commerce – Online resource provides a membership directory of businesses in Morristown, TN.
Nashville Chamber Resume Bank – Online resource provided for employers and job seekers for the Nashville, TN area.