Visit the Job Placement & Career Services offices at CCAC to learn more about the career planning and job placement services that are available for CCAC students. The site’s resources include contact information for each campus office, a job search manual, the Career Coach service, and links to job resources.
This site comes from Michgan State University's College Employment Research Institute. You can find the 60-page PDF report about recruiting trends that seeks to provide information to college students transitioning to the workforce. Data is presented on trends in hiring by company size, industry, academic major and regions in the US.
From the Florida State University Career Center. Information guides in PDF format are offered for various majors and are designed to explore occupations related to a particular field of academic or vocational study.
Displays a distribution of income for a job title in a particular zip code. There is data on approximately 1,200 different jobs and 4,000 job titles related to those jobs. There are links also to career development resources, education and job searching. Major categories of information are organized under: Resources for Students, Resources for Entry Level, and Resources for Mid and Late Career.
Links and descriptions of over 300 free salary surveys and summaries. Sources are gathered from trade and professional journals and associations; recruiters or employment agencies and general magazines and local newspapers.
Salary and career information; resume, cover letter and interview advice. Includes links to pages about relocation, wages and salaries and education and training benefits. This site is sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
Formerly known as Black Collegian, Diversity Employers is a Career and self development magazine targeted "new college graduates of diverse backgrounds" seeking information on careers and job opportunities.
A site with workforce statistics on wages, industry and occupation information in Pennsylvania. Specificially the Job Spidering link to the PA Department of Labor compiles job opportunities and listings.
"Job Placement & Career Services can help you find your place in the job market by serving as the liaison between CCAC and the employment community. Job Placement & Career Services coordinates on-campus job fairs, information sessions and recruiting events and maintains a CCAC exclusive student and alumni job website."