Lubar Undergraduate

Career Services Center
Lubar Hall N203
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
Sheldon B. Lubar
School of Business
P.O. Box 742
Milwaukee, WI 53201

Phone:
(414) 229-5445
Email:
careerserv@uwm.edu
Fax:
(414) 229-5132

Internet Resources

America's Job Bank: www.ajb.dni.us
Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Public Employment Service.

Bilingual Jobs.com: www.bilingual-jobs.com
"First name in bilingual careers." All languages, all industries. Job postings delivered by email.

Careerbuilder: www.careerbuilder.com                         
It is not necessary to sign up for an account to search for jobs, but if you do, employers are allowed to review your resume and other information. When you register, you can download your resume for employers to find your information as well as sign up for a search agent that will send you automatic updates of jobs that match the criteria that you are looking for.

Career Magazine: www.careermag.com
Colorful, award winning web site. Includes career-related articles.

Career Resource Center: www.careers.org
Directory of career directories. Links to many other sites.

Federal Jobs: www.usajobs.gov
U.S. government's official site for jobs and employment information. Provided by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.

JSonline: www.jobs.jsonline.com

Search The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel employment ads on-line that are posted in the paper on a weekly basis. Allows you to set filters on the positions that you are looking for, without having to page through the actual physical paper employment section. It is not necessary to sign up for an account to search for jobs, but if you do, employers are allowed to review your resume and other information. When you register, you can download your resume for employers to find your information. Also links to other newspapers giving you an opportunity to look at jobs at a national level.

Milwaukee jobs.com: www.milwaukeejobs.com
Job postings that are just in the Milwaukee area, however other cities/states are available through this link if your career focus is out of the Milwaukee area.  It is not necessary to sign up for an account to search for jobs, but if you do, employers are allowed to review your resume and other information. When you register, you can download your resume for employers to find your information as well as sign up for a search agent that will send you automatic updates of jobs that match the criteria that you are looking for. 

Monster Board: www.monster.com
You can register and they will email you matches that meet your specifications. One of the more popular boards.

NationJob Network: www.nationjob.com
Variety of arrangements of jobs, including by companies. Can register at no charge to have jobs emailed to you that meet your criteria.

Salary.com: www.salary.com
Provides salary information specific to type of job and geographic area. For example, Accountant I in Milwaukee.

What Color is My Parachute?: www.jobhuntersbible.com
Gateway to many other sites.

Wisconsinjobs.com www.wisconsinjobs.com     
Job postings that just in the state of Wisconsin. It is not necessary to sign up for an account to search for jobs, but if you do, employers are allowed to review your resume and other information. When you register, you can download your resume for employers to find your information as well as sign up for a search agent that will send you automatic updates of jobs that match the criteria that you are looking for.