Where can I find a job on campus?
Check both the On-Campus Job Catalog and iEngage for listings.

More Information
For the most comprehensive explanations and resources, visit the Student Employment page.

In addition to searching on iEngage, check Work Source Washington, the Union Bulletin Help Wanted ads, and Express Employment Professionals for local opportunities.

About.com Jobs
Many kinds of jobs listings are available on this site.

All Star Jobs.com
All Star Jobs is a directory of recruiters, job banks, employers, career specific job boards, resume and career resources.

CollegeGrad
The "#1 Entry Level Job Site."

Career Bliss
Discover opportunities, reviews, salaries, tips, and trends, all generally geared toward applicants with more experience (alumni). For current students, this site is useful for exploring career paths.

Career Builder 
Career Builder uses a comprehensive partner network, technology, data analysis, and superior customer service to match the right people with the right jobs.  It provides a job search, resume-building resources, a salary calculator, career tests, and more.

Glassdoor Jobs 
Search for positions within an industry or company or read reviews of companies and their interview process. Requires a free account for full access.

Inside Jobs 
Discover new career opportunities and paths to get there at this website.

iEngage 
Whitman's exclusive job board accessible to students and alumni.

LinkedIn 
Create a profile that acts as an online resume, find openings, and use your network make new connections.

Simply Hired 
A collection of jobs that pulls together links from all over the world. Get new jobs delivered to your inbox daily, explore salaries with the salary tool, create a profile, and personalize your search.

To guide your search by location, use this document. For even more resources, check out our Comprehensive Sites list.

When considering a job offer, various factors should contribute to your decision. Never accept an offer at the time it is extended; take time ensure that you have answers to your questions and finalize any research before accepting, rejecting, or negotiating.

Salary
These resources allow you to compare salaries across locations, companies, and fields. You can also use them to make an informed decision about the salary for which you negotiate.

Cost of Living
If you work in a big city where the cost of living is higher, your wages would need to be larger than in less-expensive cities to maintain the same standard of living. These resources can be useful when considering multiple job offers or when contemplating a move between jobs.

Other Things to Consider

  • All benefits: Include the paid gym membership, flexible hours, extended learning/professional development and/or free lattes as you contemplate your compensation.
  • Cultural fit: Would you work well with your potential co-workers?  Do you believe in the organization's mission? How is the office "vibe"?
  • Opportunity for growth: Salary ranges are designed to accommodate varying skill level, education, and seniority. It is often easier to secure a pay raise than a promotion, which is why it makes sense to aim for the middle of the salary range (as opposed to the top) when you begin a position and negotiate more flexible aspects of compensation (vacation time, conferences, etc.). In other words. leave some room in your salary range for your improvement so management can more easily reward you.