It is extremely important to research a company before an interview. Most companies have their own websites, and employers expect a serious candidate to be prepared to discuss its contents at an interview. And don’t forget that they’ll probably research you—more and more employers use the Internet every day to screen candidates and preview résumés.
Match your interests or aptitudes to suitable occupations.
Understanding Your Field
Research career trends and earnings, training and education required to succeed in a field. Understand job outlook, salary and benefit information, high-growth jobs, skills profiling and labor market information.
Seek practical on-site experience in a career field of your interest.
Researching a Company or Institution
Research a company in order to gain perspective on how the outside world views a company vs. what’s on the company website. Gain valuable insights; view company ratings and quality ratings.
Search job postings and/or post your résumé and gain valuable advice.
Industry-Specific Job Search
Region-Specific Job Search
Resources For People With Disabilities
Connect to professionals by joining one or more of these online communities. Give your career search the advantage of personal connections.
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