Employment/Job Hunting Links

There are many websites of interest to students and alumni from all of Penn's schools. In addition to looking at those on the Career Services website specific to your school/program, you may find broader-based ones listed here helpful.

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Guides to Employment
Job Listing Sites
Career Fairs
Career Planning and Job Hunting Advice Sites
Salary Information

Resources for Special Populations

Guides to Employment

Job Opportunities in Philadelphia

Philadelphia and regional resources.

International Employment Resources

Information about international job markets.

Riley Guide to Employment Resources on the Web

Employment opportunities and job resources on the internet.

Positions at Penn

Search for job opportunities at the University of Pennsylvania.

VAULT Career Insider

Profiles companies and industries, advice on job search and interviewing. Log In with PennKey and password to access link.

Wetfeet Insider Guides *

Information on industries and careers, includes internship/job listings. *Current students have access to WetFeet through a grant from Goldman Sachs. Click for PennKey access to the user name and password for the Wetfeet Insider Guides.

Job Listing Sites  


Job postings for Penn students and alumni.

Action without Borders

Includes not-for-profit organizations worldwide.


Search engine allows search of jobs listed on multiple company sites.


Job search engine that pulls from other job sources, includes salary and job trends information.

JobCentral.com powered by DirectEmployers.com

Search engine lets you search multiple employer websites with no third party involved.


Includes all federal vacancies.
Click here for a good resource about writing KSA's, an important part of the federal government application process.

Career Fairs

Career Fairs at Penn

For Penn students and alumni.

Other Career Fairs

Career Fairs that Penn students and others are welcome to attend.

Career Planning and Job Hunting Advice Sites

The Wall Street Journal

Career and job-hunting advice.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Describes all types of occupations in the American economy. Published by the U.S. Department of Labor.


Occupational data, including comprehensive data for D.O.T. codes referenced in SIGIPlus and the Strong Interest Inventory assessments.

Salary Information Sites 
NACE Salary Calculator Center The National Association of Colleges and Employers offers the most accurate compensation data available.



Profession-Specific Salary Surveys (JobStar Central)


Salary Wizard


Career Services Salary Surveys

Resources for Special Populations

Resources for Older Job Seekers