Most of the resources below are commercial job search sites. While they do a reasonable job of clearing out all the scam items (think 'secret shopper' and 'work from home') it is wise to find out about the company prior to sending off a resume.
More than just a social media site, this contains a job search that allows you to share your profile with potential employers.
Job search service that focuses on entry-level positions and new graduates. Enter the type of position, employer, geographic area or keyword and sort through the results.
CareerOneStop is a site sponsored by the Department of Labor that contains numerous links ranging from building a resume, interview techniques, developing a new skillset and finding a job.
Indeed is a search engine that searches positions posted on thousands of different company career sites.
Job search engine that is extremely easy to search. Also includes a salary calculator that allows you to see pay ranges of comparable positions in your location.
Wages by Area and Occupation
Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this database provides salary information for occupations on a national, state, regional and metropolitan area basis. Statistics include hourly and annual pay and number of workers per occupation
Located on the 1st floor of the Bruno Business Library, Bloomberg contains a section with job opportunities located all over the world. Log into Bloomberg using the information located on the upper-right side of the keyboard. Type 'Jobs'. You can browse jobs by popular categories like Accounting, Banking and Finance. Or, perform an advanced search and enter items such as desired salary, degree type, geography and years of experience. *These are positions geared toward MBA candidates and most require prior experience.*