Career and Job Search Resources

In today's world, it is an absolute necessity that job seekers utilize Internet resources. There's an abundance of research tools to help you be successful in your job or internship search.  The staff at the Center for Career Development encourages you to use the following well respected web sites.

Use these resources to assist you in doing research on companies, industries, U.S. and international locations, and pretty much any career or job related topic.

  • Handshake - Where employers seeking Duquesne University students post their jobs & internships
  • - The Center for Career Development confidently recommends this site for your job search
  • - An online career community where past and current employees submit company reviews, salaries, and interview information
  • - Help job seekers find jobs quickly and easily
  • TeamWork Online - Provides job and internship listings in sports organizations and many career fields. When completing your profile, indicate "sport" in your major to utilize the system (i.e. sport-accounting).
  • Our Internship web page provides resources for your internship search.

You'll find additional resources under the following categories:

Pittsburgh & Pennsylvania Resources  
Diversity Employment Links Seasonal & Summer Job Links
Working Internationally Geographic & Relocation

Our web pages contain links to other web sites over which we have no control; we are not responsible for their privacy policies or practices. We encourage you to review the privacy policies of any web site you visit.

The Center for Career Development lists job and career-related web sites that meet the following criteria: require no fee or registration prior to viewing; are aligned with the mission of Duquesne University and the Center for Career Development, such as diversity and inclusion; be easily navigated; and post professional and internship opportunities.We do not advertise specific schools, companies, or programs.

New sites may be submitted for consideration and are typically reviewed on a semi-annual basis. Please indicate the page on our site where you think your link would be appropriate. Requests may be sent to