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Career tools (e.g ladders, transition tools, etc.)

WetFeet Career Guidance and Employer Profiles

Want expert advice on interviewing, resumes, and all things job-hunting? Want to know what it's really like to work for top employers like General Mills, UBS, and L'Oreal? Want the inside scoop on tons of industries and career paths? WetFeet has it all! We're not just the conventional advice site - we talk to real recruiters and career services professionals to get the best advice, plus we get inside top employers so... more »


10 votes

Niche job boards

American Evaluation Association Career Center

AEA maintains both job and resume banks as a service to the evaluation profession. Use of the Career Center is free whether you are viewing or submitting a listing, although we do encourage a donation to our student initiatives fund to help build the future of the field. You do not need to be an AEA member to use this free service.
The AEA Career Center allows both job seekers and employers to post resumes/position descriptions... more »


5 votes

Niche job boards

Chicago AMA Career Center

This is the online job board and career development center for the Chicago chapter of the American Marketing Association - a non-profit association for marketing, sales, advertising and research professionals.

The Chicago AMA's Career Center offers job listings from both the Chicago chapter and from parter associations in the Marketing Careers Network - a nationwide alliance of professional associations and societies... more »


4 votes

Web based career exploration sites

JobTitled - Knowledge for career decisions

JobTitled is focused on helping everyone make better career decisions through the use of analytics. It’s a place to learn more about your career path and what else is out there. We believe career analytics is a powerful tool that opens up new ways of thinking about your career and the working world. Our goal is to make public what is currently stored in pockets of knowledge throughout society, and to put this career knowledge... more »


102 votes