Top 5 Job Search Resources

The job search can be exhausting if you don't know where to look. Below are the top 5 resources to help you make this process more efficient.



This job board is accessible to UGA students and alumni. Employers post full-time and part-time jobs, on-campus and off-campus opportunities, and internships. UGA students may access Handshake from the Career Center homepage and use their UGA MyID and password to login/set up their profile. Check out our "Handshake Student User Guide" for more detailed information.



This large, global job board houses a variety of opportunities for students seeking a position in a variety of industries and locations. As well as the formal job board, networking on LinkedIn can also result in great opportunities. See our "How to Leverage LinkedIn" page to learn more. Visit to make a free profile and get started.


Professional Organizations

Use your desired search engine to find professional associations in your field. Professional associations often advertise openings in the field. Be aware that you may need to pay a fee to join the organization to get access to certain opportunities. Look for a "Careers" or "Jobs" tab on their websites.


"What Can I Do With a Major In...?" Pages

Designed by the UGA Career Center, the "What Can I Do with a Major In... ?" pages feature lists of employers and position titles of recent graduates and address questions such as "What does my major prepare me for?" and "Where did UGA graduates with this major go post-graduation?"


Specialized Job Boards

For certain industries, there are specialized job boards to help focus your search. For example, search for federal jobs on or nonprofit jobs on