Masters and doctoral students have a wealth of resources at their disposal to aid in the job search. Here are some resources to get you started on your job search:
HireAggies has a job posting board with over 60,000 positions posted by employers every year, just for Aggies. Search permanent positions, internships, and co-ops by keywords. You can search for remote jobs too! You can also register and attend employer information sessions to network with recruiters and learn about upcoming opportunities
CareerShift aggregates job postings across internet job boards and employer career pages. You can search and save job listings, employers, and employer contacts. CareerShift is also great for finding academic jobs.
GoinGlobal has an international job board with positions across the globe, including the United States. International students can also search employers in the U.S. who have successfully sponsored candidates and use that information to target applications toward those employers who regularly hire international students and graduates.
Versatile PhD is dedicated to helping graduate students thrive in their professional careers. You can view job listings from companies and organizations seeking graduates from all fields. Enter your TAMU NET ID and password to create to access the free full-functional Versatile PhD account.
VMock is a resume review platform that uses artificial intelligence to review your resume and make recommended changes. We advocate using VMock prior to meeting with Career Center staff for a resume review, because we can focus more on resume strategy rather than the mechanics of resumes. VMock can provide feedback on both masters and doctoral resumes.
HigherEdJobs is an online resource with job listings, news, and career advice for jobs in academia.
jobRxiv contains many research positions aimed at those with advanced degrees.
CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and has resources such as job search information and a job posting board