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Business & Management Job Searching Guide

Explore Career Options

Career Interest Self-Assessments

  • Holland Code Career Test: This free career quiz uses the scientific Holland Code model to show you which jobs will suit your interests, talents, and aptitude. Get scores for 6 major job areas to guide your career planning.
  • Self-Directed Search: the test is free but there is a nominal fee for the results.
  • Tratify: Visual personality assessment designed to be completed in under two minutes. Available on any mobile, tablet, or desktop device. [Rutgers-restricted]

Explore Career Options

  • My Next Move: from the US Dept. of Labor, search for careers by keyword, browse by industry, or take an assessment based on your interests.
  • O*NET OnLine: Suggestions based on abilities, interests, knowledge, skills, and work characteristics.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook: compiled by the U.S. Labor Department, browse jobs based on degree, pay, industry, growth projection, and more.
  • Licensed Occupations in New Jersey: a list of professions requiring a  NJ license or certification.
  • Source of H1B Visa and green card information.

Explore Business Careers


Top Companies

100 Best Companies to Work For (Fortune Magazine)

Best Workplaces for Diversity (Fortune Magazine)

Best Companies for Diversity (Black Enterprise)

Best Companies lists (Seramount)

Best Places to Work: Employees' Choice (Glassdoor)

Best Workplaces (Great Place to Work® Institute)

Employer Attractiveness Rankings (Universum Global)

Best Places for Hispanics and Latinos (Forbes)

The Most Innovative Companies of 2018 (Fast Company)

NAFE Top Companies (National Association for Female Executives)

Top 25 Companies for Career Opportunities (

Top 50 Companies for Diversity (DiversityInc.)

Top 100 Global Innovators (Thomson Reuters)

World’s Most Admired Companies (Fortune Magazine)

For Rutgers University Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff

Student Employment - The Student Employment Office at Rutgers University has employment opportunities available on-campus, off-campus, in the new America Reads tutoring program, and in community agencies. Some of the programs are for financial aid recipients; others are open to all university students.

Financial Aid - For students in the Federal Work Study program, additional information about employment.

Campus Career Services - Rutgers University Careers Services offer a wide variety of services to assist students, alumni, faculty, and staff in preparing for and developing their careers and finding employment.

Additional Links: 

  • Meet with a career advisor.
  • Work at Rutgers - non-student employment opportunities.
  • Firsthand (formerly Vault Career Intelligence) - For RU students and alumni only. First-time users must create an account and use the login ID and password for future access.
  • Firsthand/myRBS - advice, coaching, and job preparation information for Rutgers Business School Students. 
  • GoinGlobal -  assists students pursuing global career paths. Provides access to H-1B visa information, country and city guides, and other resources developed to meet the specific needs of the global career seeker, offered by the Office of Career Exploration and Success (CES)
  • Student-Alumni Career Connect - Network of Rutgers-only students and alumni.
  • Other resources specifically for alumni courtesy of the Rutgers University Alumni Association, including news, advice and workshops.
  • Rutgers Business School-Camden Alumni Association -  provides a venue for Rutgers School of Business-Camden (RSBC) alumni to nurture engagement, encouragement, interest and involvement in RSBC activities, networks and programs.

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