Job Listings

Each year, thousands of jobs are posted in Handshake by employers interested in hiring Tufts students. In addition, hundreds of employers attend our career fairs and participate in the Campus Recruiting Program.

Remember: Networking lends power to your job search by giving you ‘insider information’ about employers.

Overwhelmed? Talk to an advisor for advice on searching for positions in Handshake and on employer websites, career field-specific sites and other job search engines.

Job Listing Sites

Tufts Resources

Many of the following resources can only be accessed through the Career Center Resources menu in Handshake. Log in to Handshake, then click on "Resources" in the left nav, then select “Career Resources”.

  • Careers A-Z: Collection of career exploration and job search sites recommended by the Career Center.
  • CareerBeam:  Career Research tool profiling millions of companies, thousands of jobs, and business information by industry. Set up job alerts, save companies/jobs/contacts to your account, and streamline your career research and job search. Create an account with your email to get started. 
  • GoinGlobal:  Industry trends, job search information, and cultural advice in 40 countries.  This resource can only be accessed through the Career Center Resources menu in Handshake. Log in to Handshake, then click on "Resources" in the left nav, then select “Career Resources”.

Arts & Sciences

  • LACN: Job database for liberal arts students; log in with un: your Tufts email address and pw: jumbo
  • Spotlight on Careers: Career research for more than 40 fields. Off-campus log in un: spotlightkey and pw: lacn18


General Job Listings

The following sites are aggregator search engines that compile results from multiple job listing sites:

Additional Job Listing and Career Advice Sites

  • USAJobs and Go Government: Federal Government jobs as well as advice for students and recent grads
  • Idealist: Jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities in the nonprofit sector
  • JOBipedia: HR professionals at large companies answer job seekers’ questions about applications, interviews, and more
  • Monster and Career Builder: Services for job seekers and employers with extensive career advice and information
  • Riley Guide: Collection of websites for job seekers; uses a New Grad/Entry-Level flag for job banks targeting entry-level positions
  • One Day, One Job: Daily employer profiles featuring entry-level job opportunities
  • The Muse: In addition to job listings and employer profiles, this site offers helpful career advice on a variety of topics