Passport Career is a dynamic, interactive, global job search tool for organizations seeking to support international job seekers in 75+ countries (250+ cities). Includes an H1B database for international students seeking employment in the U.S.
Log in to see global opportunities.
Civilian Job Hunting Resources
A job search engine that indexes jobs directly from companies’ career websites, placement agencies and job boards.
A site of Fortune 500 companies for flexible jobs, including telecommuting, part-time, flextime or freelance jobs options.
Contains information on employers, articles and book excerpts, and job postings.
Check out the regional section or browse the whole site for access to over 7500 links sorted by topic and region.
Submit your resume to specific companies or search through a variety of categories for job postings nationwide.
Offers information on interviews and negotiations, resumes and cover letters, internships and a job-posting search.
Visit the database of over 30,000 jobs from the nation’s top employers, plus scan the hundreds of articles on all aspects of job hunting and career management by the Wall Street Journal.
Check out what it takes to live and work in the kinds of places that most people only get to visit.
Online database of American employers for international professionals.
A global clearinghouse of nonprofit and volunteering resources. Search for all types of positions open in the U.S. and around the world, read articles on topics affecting our nation and neighbors overseas, find the latest news on upcoming conferences, a directory of non-profit organizations and more.
Search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages. Gain access to millions of jobs and internships from hundreds of job boards, newspaper classifieds and company websites.
Connect people and job opportunities.
Job search for Healthcare jobs nation-wide.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
Searches thousands of job sites and companies, just so you don’t have to. Job searching made simple.
Using social media to find your next job.
Access this career information web site that provides employee surveys of top employers, career advice, job listings, company rankings, and career guides to individual industries.
Your Job Search Toolkit
Everything you need to launch the search, rock the interview, land the offer, negotiate pay, and get ahead once you’ve got the job.
Resources for job seekers, job database.
Full service job search tool with #1 rated job search app on Android & iOS.
National Security Education Program
A U.S. government program that aims to develop a pipeline of foreign language and cultural expertise for the government workforce.
The United Nations
Check the employment opportunities here and see “what in the world” you can do as a member of the UN.
U.S. Department of State Office of Overseas Schools
The mission of the Office of Overseas Schools is to promote quality educational opportunities at the elementary and secondary level for dependents of American citizens carrying out our programs and interests of the U.S. Government abroad. Job postings can be found on this site.
An international employment search engine. You can search and browse by keywords and location.
Look for international work by country and job type. Includes some travel and career resources.
IASTE United States
A program where students can gain technical experience abroad. Site includes application process.
Search for internships and research companies through this “High Potential” network dedicated to empowering international careers.
Interested in working beyond the American border? Try venturing here for various types of positions all around the globe. It’s a neat site with quite a lot of information.
A website showing you how to restart your life abroad. With thousands of articles, contacts, resources, links and tools for finding overseas real estate, international employment, artist havens, unique destinations, and requirements for living an international lifestyle.
Founded in 1997, ExpatExchange.com has become the largest online community for English-speaking expatriates.
Going Global provides country-specific career information, including internship and job postings, H1B lists, and is updated daily for 30 countries.
A web portal for working, studying, living and volunteering abroad.
U. S. Department of Labor
Includes disability resources, job and training information, layoff resources and much more.
Source for career exploration, training and jobs.
Leverage the world’s largest professional network to connect with opportunity. Use LinkedIn Jobs to harness the power of your network and get hired. LinkedIn Jobs surfaces insights such as whom you know at a company, providing you an edge in your job search.
Recruiters / Placement Websites
Find a recruiter / recruiters by specialty.
Find recruiters, headhunters and recruitment agencies around the world.
The Recruiter Network matches the job seeker with recruiters who have selected the same job function, industry and location(s).
The following is a list of resources including cost-of-living calculators, city and state information, and other information to support you through immigration changes.
123relocation: Relocation information inside includes apartments and rentals, real estate for sale, moving quotes, city data and other information to help assist you in your moving quest.
Allied Career Moving Guide: Keeping it Simple
Relocating for a job can be both an exciting and scary task to tackle. So before you encounter this undertaking, you may want to know what you are getting yourself into.
www.apartmentfinder.com: The industry’s most accurate availability and pricing data to help you find the top deals, the best values, and the true cost of your next apartment.
Your personalized apartment search from start to finish. With tons of homes and apartments for rent in almost every state, city, and neighborhood across the nation, we work hard to find the listings that are most relevant to you, making your search easier!
Fazendin Realtors: A simple checklist of things to do before you move.
www.homefair.com: Relocating Guide, Relocation Wizard, Moving Calculator, Rent-Buy Calculator, Salary Calculator, School Reports, Relocation Crime and Lab City Reports.
My Moving Reviews: Things to consider before moving out of state. You can find what you are looking for if you prepare right for it.
www.realtor.com: The most complete source of homes for sale.
Relocation.com: This guide is designed to provide complete detailed information on real estate transactions and to answer specific questions about real estate. Also includes general information and guidance about how to find your dream home and tips for how to sell your home when that time comes. Buying or selling a home can be stressful — the more information you have about the process, the more confident you will be.
RENTCafe: All apartment listings come directly from reputable property managers – therefore they are up-to-date, 100% verified and scam-free. Search results can be filtered by ZIP code, neighborhood, radius, no. of beds/baths, property type, and other relevant criteria. Those looking for rent can submit a rental application online and receive a fast approval notice. Residents can make online rent payments, view balances, renew leases or submit and track maintenance requests.
Riley Guide: Moving and relocation tips, cost of living and demographics, real estate, and school and healthcare directories.
Trulia: Resources for nationwide rentals and real estate with in-depth neighborhood information and community insights.
U.S. News Money: Nine things to consider before relocating for a job.
Zillow: Resources for nationwide rentals and real estate with detailed, clear information and fair price estimates.
AIESEC is the global youth network impacting the world through leadership development experiences.
Cultural Vistas: Gain Experience for the Cultural Workplace
Offers and arranges on the job training programs in over 80 countries for students from a variety of majors and backgrounds.
Through BUNAC, work, intern, volunteer abroad.
Council on International Educational Exchange
If you’re a college student or recent graduate with three to six months to enjoy an unforgettable travel experience, you can take advantage of Council’s Work Abroad program.
This not-for-profit organization consists of the leading international humanitarian agencies, dedicated to helping people around the world.