By Alison Doyle, About.com
Have you just graduated from college or are you an alumnus with a few years of experience under your belt? If so, there are a variety of job sites which focus on entry level job openings for college students and graduates.
Some of these entry level sites, including Experience and NACElink, work through college career offices. In those cases you will need a password from the Career Services office to access the resources.
So, your first step should be to ask your institution if they partner with the site you are interested in, request a password, and ask what other career services are available that you can utilize all available resources.
Top Entry Level Job Sites
CollegeGrad.com provides entry-level job listings, job application information, and tips for those who have received job offers.
CollegeRecruiter.com provides information for college students and recent graduates who are seeking employment, continuing education, and business opportunities.
Cool Works is a job board for cool seasonal jobs and career opportunities. If you’re not interested in a traditional full-time entry level job, Cool Works is an excellent resources for seasonal opportunities.
Experience provides information for college students and recent graduates who are seeking employment, continuing education, and business opportunities.
One Day, One Job
One Day, One Job is a blog about entry-level jobs written by Willy Franzen. Every day, One Day, One Job takes a look at one employer and the jobs that they are offering for recent college graduates.
Entry Level Jobs – Job Search Engines
Job search engine sites, including Indeed and Simply Hired, allow users to search the major job sites, company sites, associations and other online job sites by keyword (entry level jobs) or job category and location.
More Entry Level Jobs
There are other good job sites for entry level job searching that you won’t need a password to access.