Entry Level Sites
Bright.com - Bright has over 40,000 Jobs in Chicago also over 10,000 Jobs in St. Louis. Bright.com helps you to connect your job search to your family, friends and alumni network. Bright's unique job search engine shows you what jobs are available at companies where your friends work.
Indeed.com - Search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages in one fell swoop.
Nacelink - NACElink is a national, web-based system for recruiting college students for all types of employment,
www.glassdoor.com - Glassdoor offers salary details for employers, reviews of employers by employees, and interview questions and details – all posted anonymously by employees.
College Recruiter.com - This site is also geared to students and recent graduates.
The College Grad Job Hunter - Career web site for entry level job search for college students and recent grads. Provides information on resumes, networking, jobs, employers, interviewing.
After College - You can search for jobs by type, location, industry, and company name.
Simply Hired - You can search for jobs by title, keyword, category, and location.
Career Builder - This site lists jobs that can be searched for by location, job description, salary, and keywords.
http://www.monster.com/ - You may search for jobs by keywords, location, or specific company. You may also post your resume on-line.
www.metrochicagojobs.com - Listing of Chicago positions
http://www.job-search-engine.com/location/illinois/ - Juju.com You can search for jobs by title, keyword, category, and location.
http://www.voolkan.com - thousands of listings nationwide.
http://www.lsattestquestions.com - offers practice LSAT questions.
http://www.graduatejobs.com/ - Graduate Jobs
NursingJobs.us - Nursing jobs in the United States
Nurse Recruiter - An online job board for RNs
Ultimate Nurse Forum - Nurses give each other career advice in this community
Nursing Directory - An authoritative directory of nursing websites
It's one of the most common and frustrating career dilemmas college students’ face: “To get a good job after graduation, I need experience. But how do I get experience without having a job in the first place?” One common -- and wise -- solution: An internship, paid or unpaid, part-time or full-time.