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Career Resource Center
Tel: 209.946.2361
McCaffrey Center, 2nd Floor
Office Hours
Mon-Fri 8:30 am–5:00 pm
Drop-In Hours
Mon & Wed: 10 am–12 pm
Tues: 2:30–4:30 pm
Thurs: 9–11 am

Job Search

Resources

You can look for jobs on Tiger Jobs or online job boards where employers post their open positions. Some sites specifically have a section for jobs for new grads.


On-Campus Interviews
On-campus interviews are a convenient way for you to interview with prospective employers.  A number of high caliber organizations conduct on-campus interviews throughout the year, for full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities. To find out which organizations will be conducting on-campus interviews, to apply for opportunities, or to sign up for an interview, log into your Tiger Jobs account.

On-Campus Employment
Many university departments hire Pacific students into part-time positions. While many of these positions are open to all students, some require students to have federal work study funds as part of their financial aid package. Students who are awarded federal work-study are eligible to apply for jobs that are designated as "on-campus work study" positions.

Career Guides
Vault - Job search guides and company rankings and reviews
Quintessential Careers - Student guide to choosing a major and finding a job
The Riley Guide - Job search guide
Learn How to Become - Guide for choosing a career path

Job Research Resources 
Guide to Informational Interviewing - how to get job information from a working professional 
Roadtrip Nation - a movement that encourages young people to explore their options in life by talking with successful people who are passionate about their careers. 
California Career Zone - Explore jobs by industry and salary 
O*Net - Detailed descriptions of job types and their requirements

Salary Information and Calculator
Salaryexpert
NACE Salary Calculator

Labor Market Information
California Labor Market Info - Information on jobs and industries and current employment trends
Department of Labor - Job statistics and regulation