Baker’s Dozen Entry-Level Job and Career Sites

Help build a list of useful resources for entry-level job searches.  Here’s a dozen that I’ve checked out.  Share your favorites or review any of these via Comment box below. 

  1. Career Guidance – Free “super-site” for students, recent grads.
  2. AfterCollege – Sizable job data bank from 30,000 employers.
  3. Campus Career Center – Entry-level job search tips.
  4. Career Rookie – Search tool for jobs, including entry level.
  5. College Recruiter – Compilation of jobs and resumes.
  6. College Grad Hunter – Help for students/recent graduates.
  7. Employment Spot — Lists of best cities and job tips.
  8. – Entry-level job site directory.
  9. JobWeb – Association of Colleges and Employers.
  10. – Princeton Review career guide.
  11. National Archives – Jobs for high-school and college students.
  12. True Careers – Connects students with entry-level jobs.
  13. Job – Online applications and printable forms.

2 thoughts on “Baker’s Dozen Entry-Level Job and Career Sites

  1. Come Recommended- founded by career expert and entry-level careers examiner, Heather Huhman- is an exclusive online community connecting the best internship and entry-level job candidates with the best employers, only allowing participation from members who come highly recommended. Employers can review these recommendations before deciding whether to pursue a candidate further, saving human resources managers time and money.

  2. Great addition, Caroline. Heather Huhman ( provides an invaluable job lead service for young professionals and should have been on my initial list. Will definitely be on the updated one next month.

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