Job Search Websites


Before you attack the following links, we recommend you explore careers by major first. Exploring various fields will give you a better idea of what's out there.

The Best Way to Search for Jobs on the Internet

Do not rely solely on your internet search. However, it is a non-threatening place to start and an excellent place to read job descriptions. We recommend that you first search the general sites and larger job boards, then move to the more specific companies and organizations that target your particular location, field or industry. 


Wheaton College's own new and improved job posting site! 


Inside track positions posted for Consortium member schools only. >>

Website designed to network people who want to change their communities and the world by connecting people, ideas, and resources in every possible way. A great resource for Non-Profit and NGO Jobs. 

Vault >> 
Best Site for Career Exploration. Download their Occupational Guides. Check out potential employers through the Vault Forums. Entire site is FREE for Wheaton College alums and students.

LinkUp >>

Current Favorite Job Site.  Use Internet Bot technology to troll company sites for current jobs by field and location.

CareerBuilder >>

Excellent site for reading job descriptions. Great filters for screening out job criteria.

AllianceQ >>

Growing site for Fortune 500 job seekers.

OneWire >>

Jobs in the finance sector including Bulge Bracket and Boutique.

College Grad Job Hunter >>

Great for finding entry-level jobs.

Job Hunt >>

Search by state or by key word, then launch to smaller, more focused sites.

Oodle >>

Internet Jobs Classifieds (like Craigslist, but cleaner).

Monster >>

The Classic Internet Job Board.  Good resource for exploration and general job information.

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