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.

Job Listings for Tufts Alumni

Our job database, Handshake, is available for alumni of A&S, Engineering and SMFA.  Search hundreds of jobs, set up search agents using custom criteria, upload your resume for employers to view, and access career resources.

Alumni Login    Log-in here if you already have an account.

  • New user? Learn how to create an account.  Your account will be approved within 1-2 days after verification of alumni status.  
  • If you believe you may already have an account, select "Forgot your password."
  • The Career Center is happy to set up an account for you.  Call (617) 627-5741.
Job Search and Employer Research

Access these tools through the Tufts Online Community:

  • Candid Career: Learn about thousands of career paths; watch informational interview career videos
  • Career Beam: A variety of tools to help you research industries and companies, including a searchable database of millions of firms globally
  • GoinGlobal: Detailed guides on job search and career culture for more than 40 countries and cities; complete H1B visa data for international candidates seeking US employment; employer and jobs databases
  • Spotlight on Careers: Resources and information for 40 different career fields 
  • Tisch Library Databases such as ABI/INFORM Complete: Business research database which includes important full‐text journals and much sought‐after titles from the business press as well as key trade publications, dissertations, conference proceedings, and market reports.
  • Versatile PhD: Explore non-academic careers in humanities, social sciences, and STEM fields.  Open to alumni of masters’ programs

General Job Listings

Career Field and Industry-Specific Resources
For Specific Audiences

Midlife and Retirement

Part-time, Flexible, and Returning to Work

Recent Grads


Self-Assessment Resources

Contact us to learn about the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), a personality assessment offered free of charge by Alumni Career Services.

  • Career Assessment Exercises - A variety of self-inventories, ranging from telling your story to defining core competencies and goal setting
  • Franklin Covey Mission Statement Builder - An exercise to add focus, direction, and a sense of purpose to your daily decisions
  • O*Net OnLine - U.S. Department of Labor database of occupations
  • Skills Center - Profiler allows you to build a list of skills, identify occupations that require your skills, and identify any gaps in skills and/or education for particular occupations
  • Strengthsfinder 2.0 - A new and improved version of Gallup's popular assessment, based on the concept "do what you do best"
  • What Color is Your Parachute? - Companion piece to the best-selling career book in the world; includes information for career changers
  • What's Your Skillset - Free registration gives you access to What’s Your Skillset, located through in the Assessments link
Career Advice
  • JOBipedia - Human resource professionals at large companies answer questions about applications, interviews, and more
  • The Muse - Job listings, employer profiles, and helpful career advice on a variety of topics
  • Riley Guide - Collection of websites for job seekers including Staffing Agencies, Venture Capital