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Career Services Center

Holthusen Hall, First Floor
1324 W. Wisconsin Avenue
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
Phone: (414) 288-7423
Fax: (414) 288-5302
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Kimberly-Clark Online Career Library

Online Resource Series
Links to Marquette-specific resources, online subscriptions, and our favorite sites

  1. Career Services Center Career Research Guide
    The Career Research Guide provides an overview of a variety of resources related to career topics. In particular, you will now find all books on career-related topics through this guide as we move away from a physical library in the Career Services Center and toward the use of e-books.
    - Access CSC Career Research Guide

  2. "What can I do with a major in?"
    Wondering how to connect majors to careers? Click on MAJORS of interest to see outlines of common career areas, employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. Used with permission by the University of Tennessee
    - Access "What can I do with a major in?"
  1. GoinGlobal
    Going Global is the ultimate international job seeker's guide. The site contains country-specific career and employment resources, worldwide internship and job listings as well as country-specific corporate profiles.
    - Undergraduate/Graduate Students and Alumni will access GoinGlobal via Handshake

  2. SimplyHired
    SimplyHired.com is a vertical job search engine that pulls listings from thousands of sites across the Web including the leading job boards, company career sites, newspapers, non-profits, government sites, and more. Simply Hired allows job seekers to search all of the jobs on the Web in one place for free.
    - visit www.simplyhired.com

  3. Indeed
    A search engine for jobs, allowing job seekers to find jobs posted on thousands of company sites and job boards.
    - visit www.indeed.com

  4. LinkedIn
    Network with professionals using LinkedIn .  If you don’t already have an account - here is one good excuse to get one!  To find us just search in groups for MUCSC and join.
    - Access our MUCSC Group on LinkedIn
    Access the Marquette University Alumni Association (MUAA) Group on LinkedIn
    - Lindsey Pollak, best selling career advice author and LinkedIn spokesperson's website:
    - Sign up for a free weekly tutorial on how to use LinkedIn for your job search!

  5. glassdoor
    glassdoor is the world's most transparent career community that is changing the way people find jobs, and companies recruit top talent. Marquette students have full access to everything glassdoor has to offer.
    - visit www.glassdoor.com
    visit (for Students) www.glassdoor.com/Students
  1. Reference USA
    Reference USA is a database of 12 million companies and organizations. It is searchable by geographic location, SIC codes, company size, etc.
    - Access:
    1. Current Students, Faculty, and Staff Access Reference USA from an on-campus location.
    2. If you are connected from off-campus, you must have your browser set up to use the library proxy server. Learn how to connect to the proxy server.
    3. Alumni and Off-Campus Students, Faculty, and Staff please contact the Career Services Center for the password 414-288-7423 or career.services@marquette.edu. If you already have the username and password, click here
  1. The Occupational Outlook Handbook
    The Occupational Outlook Handbook features: all 250 outlook statements from the print version of this annual government publication. This site includes hypertext links to related occupations.
    - visit www.bls.gov
  1. O*Net OnLine Center
    O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work and occupational information for use by job seekers, students, researchers, and more!
    - visit www.onetonline.org
  1. Career Info Net
    Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions.
    - visit www.careerinfonet.org
  1. NACE Salary Calculator and Salary Data Center
    Explore compensation data as a job seeker or human resource professional.
    - visit www.jobsearchintelligence.com/NACE
  1. Salary Negotiation Guide by Payscale
    This guide contains scripts and articles on how to research, strategies, and negotiate your first salary from career and finance experts.
    - visit http://www.payscale.com/salary-negotiation-guide
  1. Book of Lists
    Access the most comprehensive coverage of local business news and information from major metropolitan cities across the country with American City Business Journals. Each business journal contains local leads that can provide job seekers with the opportunities they need to start or change careers.
    1. Digital Editions: Exact digital replicas of the weekly business journals, including all the lists and special publications. Read them online, or print/download selected pages . . . it’s your choice.
    2. Digital Book of Lists: Our most popular business resource containing the names and contact information of hundreds of rank-ordered companies.
    3. Unlimited Access to the Online Story Archive: Search 10+ years of business journal articles in HTML format.
    - Access Book of Lists