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We have an abuntant supply of career exploration materials and job hunting sites listed specifically for certain majors. Don't forget to also view the job hunting sites below for more information on Montana jobs.

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We have an abundant supply of career exploration materials and job hunting sites listed specifically for certain majors. Majors from Accounting to Theology are listed, including some pre-professional studies. Click here to see them now! Don't forget to also view job hunting sites below for more information on Montana jobs.

Montana Economy at a Glance Economy at a Glance is Montana's State newsletter put out by the Department of Labor.  It contains podcasts, articles, and statistics pertaining to employment in Montana.  Simply enter "Economy at a Glance" into the search box on the page linked above to begin or utilize the other outstanding resources on the "Our Facts, Your Future" page linked above to learn more about employment, unemployment, wages, and occupations in Montana.
Helena Job Service Workforce Center Search here for jobs in the Helena area or in other areas of Montana.
Montana Jobs Go here to search jobs, submit resumes, and explore career fair opportunities in the State of Montana all conveniently located on one great site.
Help Wanted Montana Help Wanted complies a list of entry level jobs of all types. Local, out of state, and International jobs are posted.  
Dice Dice is the leading career site for information technology and engineering professionals. They connect tech pros with top employers. Register, upload your resume and browse their wide range of tech and IT positions, including Project Manager, Business Analyst, Software Engineer, and Developer.
NACE's Salary Survey NACE offers data for nearly 80 disciplines at the bachelor's degree level, more than 40 fields at the master's level, and more than 20 at the doctoral level. They also post salary figures by field of study, job function, employer type, and degree level. They also show the average offers, plus salary ranges.
Experience-Top Entry Level Jobs
Experience works exclusively with college students and recent grads to help bridge the gap between college and the professional world. They’ll help you uncover your strengths and package your life and school experiences in ways that resonate with employers. They work with hiring managers across the U.S. and will connect you with the right job for you. Explore their current jobpostings and create your Experience profile and they’ll match you with great entry-level jobs.
Glassdoor's Top Companies Glassdoor has comprised a list of the best companies to work for. Go ahead and check it out to find useful information about what companies you should consider for your future.
Urban Employ Network
Urban Employ offers cost-effective regional employment listings to attract highly-qualified, diverse entry-level and mid-level talent. With thousands of internships and jobs in major metropolitan regions available, Urban Employ’s dedicated focus on both internships and jobs provides a unique forum for businesses, nonprofits, and governments to access quality candidates. Thousands of candidates and employers are registered on Urban Employ, and over 400 college and university career service offices and centers recognize Urban Employ.
GettingHired.Com - Jobs for Disabled

GettingHired launched in 2008 with the sole purpose of helping people with disabilities find gainful employment.  They strive to empower an underserved workforce of professional job seekers with disabilities and create sustainable employment growth through a variety of opportunities.  GettingHired understands the frustration of being a job seeker and is constantly evolving to suit the needs of it’s users, through accessible systems, easy-to-use job search, professional development, industry information, employer training and our custom social community.  Providing a safe and secure environment is top of mind and their employer partners have a vested interest in hiring the most talented individuals for their companies. They seek to work with companies who are making a concerted effort to hire people with disabilities and are constantly looking to improve their program through best hiring training programs for a variety of teams.

Montana High Tech Business Alliance

Launched in April 2014, the Montana High Tech Business Alliance is a statewide membership organization focused on creating more high tech jobs in Montana. The Alliance currently has more than 90 member firms.

Veterans, woman and minority employment resources

The Black Perspective

African-Americans have been a major driving force of the United States since its inception. While many strides have been made in the name of equality, more can always be done. To further these efforts has created the Black Perspective website and digital magazine.

Hispanic Today

The Latino/Latina population is one of the fastest growing and increasingly important minorities in the country today. Without a doubt, their influence is widespread and in order to better help businesses reach that demographic has started the Hispanic-Today website and digital magazine.

Veteran's Enterprise

Our proud servicemen and women returning home often need a helping hand in the transition back to civilian life. The least we as a grateful nation can do for their great efforts and sacrifice is help them in their time of need. do their part with the Veterans Enterprise website and digital magazine.

Women in Business and Industry

For a long time women have been secondary to men in the workplace. While some glass ceilings remain, with time even those will finally shatter for good. and its digital magazine, Women In Business & Industry, is there to help chronicle and advance that progress.

Have Job Hiring Questions?

We may have a solution. has been developed to give entry level job seekers a place to ask questions ranging from the hiring process to questions that may come up during an interview. These questions are then answered personally by hiring and recruiting experts, all of whom are employed at America's leading companies such as IBM, AT&T, Textron, Avery Dennison, Praxair, Merck, Accenture, Manpower Group, General Mills and MetLife.

More job search resources

The Employment Guide - A 6-Step Guide to Landing Your Next Job 
The path to employment involves:

  • Self-Assess & Set Goals
  • Network
  • Seek Assistance, Feedback, and Mentorship
  • Prepare your Personal Brand & Support Team
  • Apply
  • Reassess (or Consider an Offer)

Each of these steps will be discussed in detail, but they are not meant to be chronological. The most successful job seekers develop the mindset of constant networking, self assessment and refinement of the process. Setting a strategy and layering these steps around each other to form a cohesive process, instead of following them step by step, will get you the best results.

Sustainable Jobs is a search engine for jobs and internships with an activity related to Renewable Energy, Science & Technology, Environmental Internships, Green Management Jobs and other activities with a positive environmental impact. Our website is updated daily with dozens of new jobs in the environmental sector from around the world (Europe, Asia and South America). Our young team has created Sustainable Jobs this year, declared by the United Nations as the "International Year of Sustainable Energy for All" year. Our goal is to answer the increasing demand for this kind of jobs as well as to contribute to the expansion of environmentally oriented jobs

U.S. Department of Labor’s Women’s Bureau releases guide to help women prepare for, find and succeed in ‘green’ the online publication will help workers learn about a range of in-demand and emerging jobs, as well as job training opportunities and career development tools, in the clean energy economy. The guide also serves as a resource for workforce development professionals, training providers, educators, career counselors, and woman's advocacy organizations. is a great resource to teach you what schools don’t. To teach you skills and attitudes that will set you apart from your coworkers and competitors. Skills that will take you places you want to go – street smarts and other little things that could make all the difference in getting that dream job. And best of all, it's Free!!

Job Choices

Access to the digital version of the Job Choices Magazine and diversity edition are now available.

Highlighted Sites

Green Jobs: The recently passed stimulus focuses on renewable and alternative energy.  Here are some great websites to explore these careers.

Ask Hiring Professionals ANYTHING! is a free resource where students and recent grads can ask questions about job searching, networking, interviewing, salaries and benefits, the list goes on and on. Ask your question and get answers directly from experienced recruiting and hiring professionals at some of America's top employers. some notable employers on JOBipedia include: AT&T, American Express, Kellogg's, HP, Johnson Controls, MetLife, Accenture, IBM, Gap Inc, and General Mills