Finding a Job
Job Search Websites
Each of these sites provides job postings for all industries across the U.S. They also offer lots of advice about writing resumes and cover letters, interviewing, and other helpful career information. Business and IT jobs are well represented in each of these job banks.
Career Development Services frequently receives employment announcements from local employers looking to hire Peirce students and graduates. We post these positions online at www.PeirceResumeXchange.com. Once you register with, and are approved for the system, you will be able to upload your resume for review and apply to a number of positions online. More information about ResumeXchange can be found at the ResumeXchange link under Career Development.
All Philadelphia Inquirer ads are accessible via CareerBuilder. This site, however, is not limited to the Philly metro area: it looks at jobs throughout the country.
College Grad Job Hunter
Job postings target recent college graduates.
"Indeed gives job seekers free access to millions of employment opportunities from hundreds of websites. Indeed.com includes all the job listings from over 500 websites - major job boards, the top 200 newspapers, hundreds of associations and company career pages."
Perhaps the most popular of all the major job sites, Monster provides users with an amazing number of job postings, how-to articles, and advice columns.
The U.S. government's mega job search site. It's the "official Employment Information System. Search for jobs, create a resume, and learn about the variety of Federal employment opportunities available to you."
Learn about Careers and Industries
American Accounting Association
A collection of links to accounting associations. Use this to learn about sub-specialties like government accountability, fraud examiners, management accounting, and more.
Home of the Philadelphia Business Journal, Bizjournals.com provides regional business information for Philadelphia as well as dozens of other metro areas. The site includes job postings, news, and business and career resources.
The Wall Street Journal's career site provides job postings for business and IT (including international postings), job hunting advice, and a plethora of resources to help you advance in your career.
Fortune.com: Career Resource Center
Fortune Magazine's career site provides outstanding articles about working and finding jobs.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Published by the U.S. government, the OOH provides information describing "what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations." This is an invaluable resource when looking for a job.
SHRM: Society for Human Resource Management
SHRM is a great place to learn about all facets of the human resources industry. This site includes job postings.