Industry specific job search

 

general resources

www.Indeed.com

www.LinkedIn.com

www.Glassdoor.com

www.flexjobs.com (remote positions)

www.monster.com

jobs.google.com

www.theladders.com/ (upper level management)

Biotechnology:

 

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Creative Jobs:

Arts

Journalism

General

Broadcasting

Freelance

Magazines

Minorities

New Media

Print Media

 

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Engineering:

 

 

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Industry Research Options:

 

DATA SCIENCE

  • Discover Data Science https://www.discoverdatascience.org/career-information/aims to educate students and professionals about the growing opportunities for a career in data science. We do this by delivering accurate, high quality information presented in a simple, clean format. We believe we have assembled the most thorough listing of data science careers available.

 

ENGINEERING

  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers https://www.aiche.org This site has many videos and articles related to aspects of the chemical engineering field. Users can learn about important topics, search for education resources, and find job opportunities in chemical engineering via this resource.

 

  • EngineerGirl http://www.engineergirl.org The EngineerGirl website was designed for young girls to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for women. The site features interviews with female engineers, A Day in the Life, Ask an Engineer, career descriptions, fun facts, competitions, and links to engineering achievements.

 

  • Engineer Your Life http://www.engineeryourlife.org Engineer Your Life is a guide to engineering for high school girls. It contains profiles of inspiring women, descriptions of different types of engineering, and educational advice. Major funding for this web site is provided by The National Science Foundation and Northrop Grumman Foundation. Additional funding is provided by Stephen D. Bechtel, Jr and the United Engineering Foundation.

 

  • International Union of Operating Engineers http://www.iuoe.org This site contains information related to training, education, and working in a variety of operations engineering occupations.

 

  • National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying http://ncees.org information on education and licensure for engineering and surveying fields may be located here. The “educator’s resources” section contains professional perspective videos.

 

  • TryEngineering http://tryengineering.org Try Engineering is a portal about engineering and engineering technology careers sponsored by IEEE, IBM, and TryScience. There are descriptions about the lifestyles and experiences of engineers, engineering majors, and education programs. Students can also play engineering games and browse questions answered by students at universities and to practicing engineers.

MATH:

  • American Mathematical Society http://www.ams.org/profession/career-info/career-index The American Mathematical Society is a non-profit organization whose mission is to further the interests of mathematical research, scholarship, and education. It also contains career, educational, and employment information for high school, college, and graduate students.

 

  • American Statistical Association http://www.amstat.org Founded in 1839, the American Statistical Association is the professional association for statistics professionals. The Education page provides an overview of the statistics field and information on how to become a statistician.

 

  • Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics http://www.siam.org/careers The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is a non-profit organization that bridges mathematics to the worlds of science and technology. The Careers and Jobs page provides career and job search information and resources including an online guide to careers in applied math.

 

  • We Use Math http://weusemath.org This non-profit website highlights over 40 careers and occupations that use math. There are also blogs, career information, fun facts, and tips for succeeding in math.