Other useful job search resources:
Yale Career Network
The Yale Career Network is a database of alumni who are interested in networking with you. This network will allow you to connect with other alumni to discuss career objectives and explore career interests. You can also serve as a career resource to others by sharing your experience, skills, and expertise.
Biomedical Postdoctoral Program
The Office of Postdoctoral Programs in the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine offers a searchable database of postdocs available at Penn. Their site has a lot of good links to resources for science jobs, as well.
Yale Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Society (YBPS) Career Site
The YBPS's Employment Program is designed to help YBPS members and companies looking for each other connect by listing relevant employment opportunities on our website and by maintaining a resume database in which YBPS members can post their resumes and YBPS partners can peruse for potential candidates.
Divinity School Office of Career Services
The Office sponsors a variety of programs designed to help students clarify their vocational calls, learn job search skills and strategies, and network for their initial post-graduate careers.
Forestry & Environmental Studies Career Development Office
The Career Development Office offers a variety of services to students including: career counseling assistance, seminars/workshops, job and internship search resources. The Career Development Office offers a variety of resources to alumni including: access to job announcements, a collection of online environmental job resources and employment data for recent graduates.
The Jackson Institute Office of Career Services
Career Services assists Yale students across the university in their search for internships and careers in public service and global affairs. The office provides one-on-one career counseling to students in the MA in International Relations and BA in Global Affairs and organizes a wide variety of career talks, panels, and workshops for the wider university community. Alumni are also welcome to join the weekly career newsletter and are encouraged to participate in the various on-campus events. Additionally, there are many ways for alumni to get involved by mentoring students and collaborating on events.
The Yale Law School Career Connections (formerly Alumni Mentoring Network) offers Yale law students and graduates the opportunity to seek out graduates who have offered to provide career-related advice.
School of Medicine Office of Student Affairs: Career Development
The Office of Student Affairs provides career development resources for students.
School of Public Health Office of Career Services
The Office of Career Services staff has experience in recruitment, career services and human resources and looks forward to the opportunity to help students and alumni explore career goals and fine-tune job-hunting skills.
Science's Next Wave
Sciene’s Next Wave is a web site for the science community, is now fully accessible for Yale graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. This excellent resource has articles, features and links about finding a postdoctoral position, job hunting, career transitions, postdoctoral and faculty issues and other career development topics. Graduate Career Services and the University Library are sharing in bringing you this resource.
Job postings updated daily; search by industry, company, geographic area.
A powerful and comprehensive job search engine. Searches leading job search sites sorting by industry, keyword and geopgraphic locations.
Offers a full range of employment opportunities across Canada.
Indeed.com is a search engine for jobs, allowing job seekers to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards.
Simply Hired is a vertical search engine company based in Silicon Valley.
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Listing of nonacademic career opportunities, internship grants, mentors and very good “tips and resources.”
A resource for both academic and nonacademic jobs. Also offers other interesting categories for graduate students and postgraduates.
Richard Bolles Online
Online version of What Color Is Your Parachute? Includes links to useful career sites.
The Riley Guide
Employment Opportunities and Job Resources.
U.S. Department of Labor
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a great source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
New York Times
Job engine and information.
Wall Street Journal
Job listings with major corporations, salary information and more.
Yale Graduate Consulting SIG
A newly started group of students from a variety of disciplines. The site has useful information about management consulting and the process of applying for jobs.
Careers in Business
Site contains a variety of careers in business. Identifies skills and requirements, facts and trends, salary guides and other resources.
Federal government’s official one-stop source for federal jobs and employment information.
Opportunities in Public Affairs
Lists over 300 current jobs in Public Relations, Government Affiars, Legislation, Print & Broadcast Journalism on Capitol Hill, in nonprofits, corporations, and Federal Agencies in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
U.S. House Employment Office
Lists job opportunities on Capitol Hill, with the House of Representatives.
Action Without Borders
This site provides links to approximately 10,000 nonprofit organizations worldwide.
Job research engine for careers in the nonprofit sector and relevant resources.
Institute for Global Communications
Provides links to nonprofits and volunteer sites.
Nonprofit Career Network
A one-stop resource center for nonprofit organizations and individuals seeking job opportunities in a nonprofit organization.
Provides links to further resources on international careers, information on job openings overseas, and a job and career guide.
Women In International Security
Academic and nonacademic job postings in international security.
A top notch career connection for women and minorities.
A site for jobseekers looking for the right position in bioscience.
U.S. Census Bureau Career Site
Chronicle of Higher Education
Academic and nonacademic (especially in academic administration) job listings.
Especially for Scientists