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Finding a Job

Job searching is a multi-step process that can take some time. The average job search takes 3-6 months! That's why it's important to use your time as wisely as you can and to be targeted in your job search strategies. Learn as much as you can about your industry and the current job market.

The James W. Stuckert Career Center has multiple ways to help you in your quest for the right job. As a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, we have several online tools available to students. View the Job Outlook for the Class of 2014 or the online issue of Job Choices magazine for articles on job searching and related topics. A Diversity Edition is also available for tips specifically for multicultural students.

We provide access to several online tools to assist you in your job search. Wildcat CareerLink is exclusive to UK students and is the preferred online job resource for employers specifically seeking UK students. This interactive and informative online database is used exclusively by UK students, alumni. The Career Center post internships, jobs, upcoming events, employer info sessions, etc. in Wildcat CareerLink. Employers post their opportunities in the system year round.

Glassdoor is another online job board linking you to thousands of jobs. You can also do company research and find your connections through Facebook and LinkedIn at the companies posting job opportunities.

Learn how to navigate your job search.

See Your Career Advisor

Participate in On-Campus Interviewing

Developing a Networking Strategy