Clemson Center for Career and Professional Development

Career Development & Recruiting

Graduate Student Web Resources The goal of the site is help students to prepare for the changing demands of today's job market and to provide a voice for early career scientists.The Michelin Career Center is located at 316 Hendrix Student Center.

Versatile PhD: Are you a graduate student in the Humanities, Social Sciences or STEM disciplines concerned about your future or wondering about nonacademic careers? Then you will want to check out this resource.

Employer Research

Hoover's Online: Search our profile database for free information on companies, industries and executives.

CareerInsider by Vault:The Clemson University in conjunction with has arranged for you to have free, unrestricted privileges to the largest most comprehensive online career resource available. Content is updated daily so be sure to visit frequently. is a specialist recruitment job board that was established in 1998. is unique in the world of recruitment.

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ScienceCareers: Science Careers offers a wide variety of content designed to assist scientists of all disciplines, backgrounds and experience levels navigate their career path. This includes over 3,000 job listings that are updated daily, thousands of career advice articles written by the Science Careers editorial staff, graduate program information, meetings and event information, funding opportunities on GrantsNet, and a Career Forum where scientists can join a community of experts and peers engaging in real time discussions around career issues

.StreetID: Financial Career Matchmaking. StreetID is an innovative online career matchmaking and networking site designed specifically for professionals in the Financial Services Industry.

Academic Careers Online, since 1998, is an academic job site where universities and colleges in the US, Canada, and around the globe, advertise faculty, adjunct, post doc, library, endowed chairs, and all types of administrative and senior management jobs.

Academic Job Search Guide: This resource guide is meant as a general introduction to the academic job search for students in various disciplines and fields. It provides basic information about the job search process, suggests additional job search resources in print and online, and identifies Clemson University personnel who can offer advice and assistance. is a source for academic employment. Their 16 discipline-focused sites offer comprehensive information about faculty, educational resources, research interests, and professional activities pertinent to institutions of higher education. More than 89% of the top 120 universities (as ranked by US News and World Report) are posting their available higher ed jobs with is a meta-collection of Internet resources that have been gathered for the academic job hunter. It includes links to over 3000 faculty, staff, and administrative announcements and is not restricted to teaching positions.

American Association for the Advancement of Science: Lists current faculty, biotechnology, and postdoctoral openings for scientists.

American Association of Community Colleges Career Center: A comprehensive database of community college job opportunities that allows you to search for jobs arouond the country and post your resume for prospective employeers.

Academic Employment Network: Lists positions in colleges, primary, and secondary educational institutions for faculty, staff, and administrative professionals.

Academic Position Network: One of the oldest academic job searching sites.

Chronicle of Higher Education: One of the most comprehensive and up-to-date sites for obtaining information on careers in higher education. Search for jobs in higher education, create customized jobs alerts, and personalized résumés and cover letters.

Faculty Salary Survey: (Copyright by the Chronicle of Higher Education) - Search eight years of average faculty salaries arranged by academic rank at more than 1,400 colleges, universities, and multi-campus systems. Offers position listings, résumé posting, and a weekly e-mail service that announces new job openings.

H-Net Job Guide: The Job Guide posts academic position announcements in History and the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and Rhetoric and Composition, and serves a broad audience of administrators, faculty members, archivists, librarians, and other professionals in the humanities and social sciences. The Job Guide is fully sortable and searchable, and is available via email and the web at no cost to the jobseeker.

National Postdoctoral Association: The National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) is a member-driven organization that provides a unique, national voice for postdoctoral scholars.'s postdoc resources pages. You may also look for postdoc postings under their job search pages. is the first niche recruiting channel to bring together recent Ph.D.s, professors, research institutions and other employers to find a good match. Over 1,000 universities, companies, research institutions and government agencies worldwide use our service for recruiting talented postdocs and scientists.

Career Journal: Wall Street Journal - Lists job openings in management and professional positions, as well as tips for résumé writing and interview preparation.

Federal Job Search: “” - Lists federal positions located in hundreds of different government offices across the country.

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