The Wall Street Journal’s section for all things career-related.
Job Hunter’s Bible
Official companion website to What Color Is Your Parachute? by Dick Bolles.
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook
Information about many careers, including salaries, requisite education and training, and projected growth rate.
Program sponsored by the Dept. of Labor that specializes in occupational information. Provides job descriptions and outlook for hundreds of positions; includes links to related sites for veterans, Spanish speakers, etc.
Career-related tools and information; sponsored by the Dept. of Labor. Includes links to related sites.
In-depth reports on salaries by field/position and location.
Testing and assessment
Keirsey Temperament Sorter
Free Keirsey Temperament Sorter personality test; full report provided for a small fee. Offered in several languages.
SDS personality test; report provided for a small fee. Offered in English and Spanish.
Basic self-assessments to match skills and interests with careers; free. (Site also includes job and other information for the state of Minnesota.)
“The Moral Bucket List” by David Brooks in the New York Times
“18 Signs of High Emotional Intelligence” by Travis Bradberry for The Mind Unleashed
Non-profit organizations of interest
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Develops and promotes sustainable business solutions.
Education and assistance for entrepreneurs.
Other useful items
“The One Interview Question That Will Help You Make the Best Hire” by Lydia Dishman in Fast Company