Online Career Resources
LIU Post’s online job bank and career information system. Access jobs posted for LIU Post students, get information about on and off-campus career events, and participate in on-campus recruitment events.
General Job Banks
Industry Specific Job Banks
LGBTQ Job Banks
Business Networking Sites
College Student Specific Information
- Going Global.com – (Access to Going Global through JobNet from anywhere you have an Internet connection. You will have to login to JobNet or register for JobNet first to access Going Global) Going Global career and employment resources include more than 10,000 pages of constantly-updated content on topics such as: job search sources, work permit/visa regulations, resume writing guidelines and examples, employment trends, salary ranges, networking groups, cultural/interviewing advice… and much more! VISIT THE GLOBAL FORUM TO CHAT ABOUT LIVING AND WORKING ABROAD!
- BusinessCulture.com – Series of reports on business customs, etiquette, cross-cultural communication, proper gifts, negotiating tactics, business culture, manners, business entertainment and more
- EscapeArtist.com – Information about how to relocate abroad
- The Internationalist – Information about International Trade and Business
Job Title and Occupation Research
- Career Guide to Industries – U.S. Department of Labor Web site that provides backgrounds on industry classifications
- New York CareerZone – New York Department of Labor Web site that provides an overview of career paths and has a brief assessment that can link a basic personality profile to potential career paths
- O*Net – The O*NET system serves as the nation’s primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations
- Occupational Outlook Handbook – U.S. Department of Labor site that provides in depth information on different career paths including the nature of the work, job outlook and national median wages
- Occupational Outlook Quarterly – U.S. Department of Labor publication that highlights careers
- What Can I Do With This Major? – Provides links between LIU Post majors and potential career paths
Labor Market Information
LGBTQ Career Resources
- Human Rights Campaign - Provides resources and information such as: an equity index examining LGBTQ policies in over 500 companies; non-discrimination policies; employee benefits; recruitment issues; advocacy; and more.
- "Coming Out” Guides from the Human Rights Campaign - Provides basic information on your decision to “come out” and information for straight individuals to assist with understanding an acquaintance’s decision to “come out.”
- Out for Work - OFW’s programs, resources, and services provide assistance to students in the cultivation and enhancement of skills to explore career options, master job search techniques and strategies, and research employment opportunities.
- Outprofessionals.org - “At Out Professionals, you are sure to meet a wide range of friendly, interesting and worthwhile people, with the potential to become social and professional allies; successful people, who can advance your career or help you make a career transition.” (Requires a subscription fee that is reduced to $35 for students)
- Pride at Work - Group that seeks to integrate LGBT concerns into the larger Labor Movement.
- LIU Post Resources for LGBTQ Students
- Coming Out on Your Resume or in an Interview
Local School District Lists
State and Local Government