Job Searching Tools

Using the job searching tools listed below will enhance and better inform you of the opportunities available! Employers and recruiters recognize and appreciate applicants who take the time to research and learn about the available opportunities

Start with Miami's database to research internships and full-time positions

Handshake is the university’s system for posting internships and jobs. Upload a resume so you can apply for positions and so employers can find you in the Resume Books. You can also use the system to research career options, look up employer contacts and set up automated job search agents.

Consider a job aggregator

Indeed or SimplyHired are websites that search the web to find opportunities based off a keyword search and geographic preference. Look to see if related Professional Associations have job boards and industry news.

What salary is realistic

The NACE Salary Calculator, (National Association of College Employers) is used throughout the U. S. by hundreds of Human Resource departments and compensation professionals. You save time, money, and receive proven results in minutes. For each analysis, the program provides you with: a range of salaries, a wage band, and a recommended salary value.

Learn more about industries

VAULT Campus Edition is used by registered students atleading colleges and universities. Vault provides the internship, industry, profession, company data and insight used to frame first time employer selection decisions. Vault currently works with more than 1,000 top programs around the globe, as well as alumni associations, honor societies, and other career support organizations.

Additional resources

Find additional insights in the job search strategy and ethical considerations guides.