PERSONAL AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
There is a huge amount of information available on the internet that can be very helpful in considering your career values and skills, finding out about the labor market, and creating a career plan. You can Google lots of things - but be careful of sites that want to sell you stuff; mostly what you need is completely free. Below are some sites that you might find helpful. Please let us know if you discover broken links.
Australia's Job Seeker's Workshop: self-assessment and career issues
This site offers the Keirsey Temperament Sorter from which to derive Jung's Four-Letter code.
Department of Labor: Statistic on jobs and labor market
National Association of Colleges and Employers: Career Library Resources
O*NET, Employment and Training Administration: Career Resources
America's Career Infonet
RESUMES, COVER LETTERS AND INTERVIEWS
Information about interviewing in all its forms. This is especially useful for college graduates
Interviewing techniques, interactive database with current job openings
RESEARCHING EMPLOYERS AND JOBS
Skidmore University: Click on 'Current Students,' then 'Career Services,' then scroll to 'Research'
http://www.luc.edu/career/informational.shtml Loyola University/Chicago: help on informational interviewing
Fedworld Information Network: Browse 20 different databases
Career magazine: Job listings, resume bank and current articles on career issues
The Riley Guide: Job and career guidance