- BusinessExchange: High Skill Work Visas– WWW
High Skill Work Visas is part of Business Exchange, created by BusinessWeek. This topic contains 731 news and 619 blog items. Read updated news, blogs, and resources about work visas like the H1B.
- Career Resources for International Students (Yale University)– WWW
The Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies has created this great page with advice on how to market yourself, what type of employers to look out for, and how to prepare for your job search.
- Foreign Labor Certification (FLC) Disclosure Data– WWW
From the US Department of Labor and Office of Foreign Labor Certification. Use this site to identify employers that have completed FLC requests for permanent visas, H1B visas, H2B visas, and H2A visas.
- InternationalStudent.com: Student Job Center – WWW
Search this site for employment opportunities posted on the “International Student Forum,” refer to the “Country Work Guides” for country-specific advice about the job search process, get resume writing advice and more!
- International Student City: Career Center — WWW
This site offers career and job hunting tips for international students. It addresses four major obstacles to finding a job in the U.S. (employers who don’t want to sponsor, interview trouble, language difficulties and lack of previous U.S. work experience). This site also offers a job placement service for international students. NOTE: There is a $300 fee if they find you a job and you accept it. Be sure to thoroughly review their FAQ section for details on how this service works.
- List of H1B Visa Employers for 2009– WWW
Computerworld provides us with the ability to search and sort a database of employers who received approval for new H-1B visas in 2009.
- MyVisaJobs.com– WWW
This site provides a ton of great information for international students. There is content that is available for free, as well as some available through a subscription. For free, you can search by year for the list of companies who submitted petitions for H1B Visa and Green Card sponsorship. You can search for companies in a variety of ways, including by year, by city or by job. There is also the ability to create a profile to make yourself known to employers and to look for actual job postings, though it appears that you have to pay for these features and that they are unreliable.
- NACE Jobweb: International Students–WWW
Information for International Students on a variety of topics including Visas, Internships and other issues related to working in the United States.
- The U.S. Job Search for International Students (University of Pennsylvania) — WWW
This site, maintained by the University of Pennsylvania, provides international students with an overview of the job search process as well as a list of employers who have hired foreign nationals in the past.
- Uniworld– ELECTRONIC
Use this electronic database to create lists of American Firms Operating in Foreign Countries and Foreign Firms Operating in the U.S. It’s easy to use and searchable by country, industry, and more!
Content Editor: Brendan Johnson
Last Updated: 11/13/2012