National job listings

National job search resources

  • AfterCollege
    Job type, industry, and location or region as search parameters.
  • CareerBuilder.Com
    Search by job type,industry, or field of interest.
  • CareerOneStop
    Search for "Entry Level" positions through the KEYWORD function.
  • College Grad Job Hunter
    Geared to entry level and recent graduates.
    A high traffic site used by job hunting students and recent graduates and the employers who want to hire them.
  • Flip Dog
    Begins job search by asking "where do you want to work?".
    Offers job listings and job search articles.
  • Vault
    Much more than just a job search site - and allows for "Entry Level" searches.
  • Wet Feet Press
    Starts the job search with geographic and organization limiters.
  • LinkUp
    LinkUp only aggregates jobs from company websites.

National jobs by industry

Federal goverment

    USA Jobs is the official United States Office of Personnel Management site. You can search by job title, agency, or job series number.
  • The Career Center
    Allows you to search federal jobs for college graduates by major fields of study.
  • Roll Call Jobs
    Provides listing of jobs on capitol hill.
  • Foreign Service
    Explains what it is like to work for the U.S. Department of State overseas and in Washington D.C.
  • The Intelligence Community
    Job-seeker information provided by agencies and organizations that carry out the intelligence activities of the U.S. government.

State government

Military service

Service organizations

Non-profit organizations

  • Community Career Center 
    Dedicated to those who serve others. Job search can be limited to those jobs posted in the last seven days.
  • National Multicultural Institute 
    Provides current job openings and information about the organization.
  • Idealist 
    Offers job listings by location, skills, job description.
  • Independent Sector 
    The leading national coalition of national charitable organizations and foundations.
  • Impact Online 
    Has hundreds of Web pages on non-profit and volunteer organizations.
  • United Way of America 
    Lists job opportunities in both the national office as well as local offices.