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It's normal to be undecided about career goals, and many CUNY SPS students are eager to make major career transitions. Lots of information and resources are available to make it easier.
Helpful ways to make career decisions:
- What can I do with a major in...?
- NACE Salary Calculator Center
- My Next Move, developed by the US Dept. of Labor
- Self-Directed Search (SDS) Assessment
- Vault.com Career Guide Website
- 50 Ways to Get a Job that Makes Good
- Job Accommodation Network
Sometimes it helps to discuss a job search strategy and career goals one-on-one with someone. Or there's a challenge at work and you need an outside perspective. Whether it's in-person, online, or through phone counseling, Career Services provides that individual advising if you need it. Contact the Career Services office to schedule an appointment today:
Phone: (646) 664-8618
Successful job searching involves a multi-faceted effort. One piece of conducting an effective search is exploring job postings. Employers become so overwhelmed by large applicant pools since so many job-seekers use the major boards that they're unable to sift through so many resumes effectively. Because of this, they often look to more industry-specific sites as well as the large sites to target the best audiences for their postings. For reviews of the myriad of online job search sites, check outhttp://www.reviews.com/job-sites/.
You may find a wealth of viable job listings on these sites:
Major Job Boards
Communications, Media, and Advertising: