The links below are not only career listings, but also general tools, information, and newsletters that you can use to find a job. Some websites require a username and password to access; to get this information, do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com or call our office at (740) 427-5165.
Throughout the year, the CDO receives numerous notices of employment opportunities in a wide variety of fields with a wide variety of firms. These jobs (full-time, transitional, summer jobs, and internships) are available through SYMPLICITY.
If you are a Kenyon Student, use your full Kenyon email address and the password you created to log in and start searching. If you did not create a password, simply click on "Forgot Password" and type in your full Kenyon email address. Kenyon Alumni who are interested in viewing this site, please contact the CDO for a guest log-in.
Looking for advice on applying, unique careers, organizations or career development in gerenal? Here are a few links that will help you get started.
Make an informed career decision by reading about your future employer before you accept a job offer. Look up employer reviews written by current and former employees, search for salary information by company name or job title, and sign up for an account to set up job alerts on available jobs you are interested.
One Day One Job
Every day One Day One Job will introduce you to an awesome new company or non-profit. They’ll tell you what they do, who they are, why they’re interesting, and what kind of entry level jobs and internships they offer.
JOBipedia.org is a free website where students and recent graduates can ask questions about job searching and get answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at America's top employers.
Jobstr is a Q&A site where professionals from a variety of industries invite readers to "ask them anything" about their jobs.
While Wet Feet is a vendor of Career Development publications. Their site also provides some free information about various companies as well as links to career development information.
From the Wall Street Journal, literally hundreds of articles about all aspects of job hunting and career management.
Many job candidates have questions about what to expect in terms of salaries and compensation as well as questions about where they will live when they take a new job. Through our membership in the National Association of Colleges and Employers, we receive [printed] quarterly salary surveys for entry-level college grads. Visit or contact the CDO for current information. Here are a couple of online resources that may be helpful, though many contain average salary information that includes experienced workers...
NACE Salary Calculator
The NACE Salary Calculator Center is the hub for compensation data, with salary data for more than 1,000 occupations in 560 regions of the United States.
This site provides a comprehensive collection of free salary listings for most careers as well as salary advice and links to popular career search websites.
Ecomonic Research Institute - Career Planning
This site contains a few tools that provide summary information of salary averages by occupation and cost of living estimates by geography. More assessments are also available for a fee.
MoversCorp.com offers instant moving quotes, real customer reviews, option to check availability and instantly book a moving company or a moving labor online.
Links to everything you want to know about relocating to another city from apartments and insurance to cost of living and entertainment. There is also a feature that allows you to compare various factors between two cities.
Movers.com is a leading online destination for moving and move-related services. We help several hundred thousand relocating consumers each month with our in-depth moving guides, video tutorials, move planning tools, and, most importantly, free moving quotes.
The following pages contain career development related advice and a few also contain job search engines. For more job search engines check under those listed by category. This is, by no means, an exhaustive list, but it is a good starting point...
AdGuide's College Recruiter Employment Website
A collection of Job Postings, Career Information Resources and other links.
Job search for several Midwest Metro areas.
Provides links to home pages of employers who have jobs to offer. You can learn about the employers and the positions they have available.
A great meta-search tool which matches jobs from a number of leading career sites with the criteria users set.
A searchable database for full-time and internship positions available nation-wide.
A comprehensive website with opportunities listed in a variety of fields. This site also has a "notify me" option; if you enter a profile, the site will check its daily job listing and notify you if jobs match the criteria in your profile.
A comprehensive site with links to job listings in the arts, communication, education and the sciences, as well as business, ratings of companies and organizations and career tips.
New England Job
Search for jobs in New England.
Ohio Job and Family Services - Resources
Job resources, scholarships, links to job banks and more within Ohio.
The Career Development Office also has many books you can borrow in the following areas: