Find a Job

As you explore options and make decisions about your career path, Alumni Career Services is ready to assist you. An effective job search is comprised of many elements: self-assessment, career exploration, self-marketing materials, networking, interviewing, decision-making and follow-up.

Tufts Resources for Career Exploration, Employer Research and Job Searching

You can access the following tools by logging into the Tufts Online Community:

  • CareerBeam - Career research and job search resource
  • Career Spots - Short videos featuring numerous topics for job seekers  
  • Tisch Library Databases - Access to abstracts and full-text articles from a wide range of business, industry, and academic publications
  • Spotlight on Careers - Career research for more than 40 fields
  • GoinGlobal:  Industry trends, job search information, and cultural advice in 40 countries. 

Additional Career Center Resources

General Job Listings

The following sites 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 recent grads and experienced professionals
  • Idealist - Jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities in the nonprofit sector
  • JOBipedia - Human resource professionals at large companies answer 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
  • 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