International and Global Studies BS - Career Opportunities
- U.S. Government
- Corporate World
- International Organizations
- Trade Associations
- Non-Profit Organizations
- Research Institutes
- Job Search Engines
Job Search Engines
Brassring: jobs in technology and consulting
Brubach: jobs in public affairs
Career: general job search
Dice: the leading online job board for technology and engineering professionals
HelpWanted: easy to use online job board for all professions
CareerBuilder: the nation's largest employment network
HotJobs: search for jobs across the web
JobBankUSA: provides a huge list and links to specific job search engines
JobHub: job search resources for high tech professionals living and working in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
Jobs: global job search, local careers.
JobStar: access to career and job information
JobWeb: a web site of career development and job-search information for college students and new college graduates; is owned and sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Monster: global and national job search and career board; excellent and comprehensive resource.
MonsterTrak: leading website for college students and alumni to find jobs, internships and part-time work during school and after graduation. To use this site, you must be associated with a specific college or university.
RollCallJobs: an interactive employment site designed to help you with your specialized employment needs; sponsored by the Roll Call newspaper (The Economist Group), widely regarded as the leading publication for Congressional news and information.
Salary: website is one of the most widely recognized destinations for those seeking reliable information about employee pay levels and compensation-related best practices, trends, and policies.
WashingtonJobs: career and job search site sponsored by the Washington Post newspaper.
WashintonNetworkGroup: a networking organization of professionals in business, finance, technology, foreign and government affairs. WNG members are affiliated with business, law, consulting, public relations, media, marketing communications, and financial services firms. They represent the defense, aerospace, information technology, telecommunications, and software sectors. A core constituency makes their careers in trade associations, think tanks, multilateral institutions, government agencies, congressional offices, and the embassies. We include in our membership executive search and recruiting professionals.
(Acknowledgment: our information is based on Careers in International Affairs, 7th ed., edited by Maria Pinto Carland and Lisa A. Gihring; Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2003; the descriptions of and links to the different entries have been updated and corrected based on our review of each entry.)