Conducting solid research prior to applying for any anything is an absolute must. The following recourse will be extremely helpful in identifying, researching and preparing for opportunities that are right for you.

  • Handshake

    Available exclusively for Catholic University students and alumni, Handshake is Catholic University’s career platform featuring 3,400+ jobs and internships, 5,000+ employers, and career events and resources.

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  • Glassdoor

    Allows users to view millions of U.S. based opportunities and conduct company research by accessing company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, and interview questions.

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  • WayUp

    Assists U.S. college students and recent graduates by featuring over 300,000 entry-level jobs and internships in over 100 industries and job functions. Career guides and company profiles are also available to help individuals find, secure, and succeed in, their first job.

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  • GoinGlobal

    View worldwide job and internship postings, career and employment guides by city/country, and corporate profiles.  In addition, an H1B Visa database is available for international students seeking employment in the United States.

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  • O*NET

    Research careers and learn more about their educational and skill requirements, expected outlook, daily tasks, expected salaries, and much more.

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  • Interview Stream

    Practice interviewing online, and obtain constructive feedback and advice 24/7.

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  • Jobs For Catholics

    Where Catholic talent meets Catholic opportunities.

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  • NACE 2019 Salary Survey

    The Winter 2019 Salary Survey contains annual salary projections for Class of 2019 college graduates. The figures reported are for base salaries only and do not include bonuses, commissions, fringe benefits, or overtime rates. The report provides the detailed salary projections by academic major and degree level, along with breakouts by both industry and geographic region.
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