Job hunting resources
All Engineering Schools:
All Engineering Schools makes it easy to find the engineering colleges that interest you. Search for engineering schools by location, program type, or specialty. Then read detailed fact sheets on featured engineering colleges, and get in touch with admissions officers by requesting information.
Applied Technology Institute:
The Applied Technology Institute (ATI) specializes in short course technical training in space, communications, defense, sonar, radar, and signal processing. Since 1984 ATI has provided leading-edge public courses and on-site technical training to defense and NASA facilities, as well as DOD and aerospace contractors.
The Career Development Manual:
The Career Development Manual has been prepared to guide you through the necessary steps, whether you are looking for your 1st job or your 21st. This "interactive" manual is designed to help you decide on an appropriate career path based on assessments of your personality and career visions.
A comprehensive site brought to you by the Wall Street Journal that includes job hunting advice, career columns, negotiation and salary tips, and advice for job-hunters.
The Career Key:
This site asks you to take a brief personality survey, then provides you with a list of jobs that are suited for people with your personality type.
This site is designed as a supplement to the best selling job hunting book in the world: What Color Is Your Parachute?
The Job-Interview Network:
Job interview guide including the seven steps to interview success, over 800 sample interview questions, view practice interviews and you can even submit your own tough interview questions.
This resource focuses primarily on California jobs, but it includes useful career tips, resume help, salary comparisons, and information on how to infiltrate the hidden job market. It also includes links to national and international job banks.
Oya's Recruiter Directory:
If you are looking for a recruiter in your job search, try Oya's Directory of Recruiters. They are one of the top recruiter job sites on the Internet.
ResumeTutor! is an interactive workbook designed to make resume writing a bit more fun! While ResumeTutor! won't actually write a resume for you, it will teach you a lot about how to write a resume.
The Riley Guide:
One of the best resources on how to find a job using the Internet. The Riley Guide is a directory of employment and career information sources and services on the Internet. It is primarily intended to provide instruction for job seekers on how to use the Internet to their best advantage, but recruiters and other career service industry professional will find information here to help them also.
Home of the Salary Wizard: select a job category and a location to find the average salary of other people in your line of work.
The Satellite Encyclopedia:
TSE (short name for "The Satellite Encyclopedia") is a hypertext document built around a dictionary of 2500 satellites. Each satellite fact sheet contains basic information (launch date, official identification...) and extensive description of the payload. TSE is updated every 3 months.
Six Steps to a Better Career:
Sponsored by Monster.com, this site includes self-assessment tools plus tips on exploring your career options, how to prepare for and locate a job, and how to manage your career.