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Many factors should be considered during the search for a position.  Salary, location, size of company, opportunity for advancement, scope of work, projects, educational support, and others should be evaluated.  In any market, networking is an excellent way to surface job opportunities.  Also, professional associations can sometimes offer insight into market concentrations and available positions.

Employer Lists
Several societies contributing to the Career Cornerstone Center have compiled the following lists of employers.  While these lists are not considered to be all inclusive, they can be a good starting point for a job, internship, or coop search.

Internet Links
There are a variety of websites are focused on helping identify and match you with open positions.  Be sure to have a current resume that can be scanned for keywords, and use sites like LinkedIn to network too.


 


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