The following list of resources can help both international students looking for jobs in the US, as well as American students wishing to search for jobs internationally. Searching for jobs in the US as an international student can be frustrating, see what others have to say about the process.
Association for International Practical Training – AIPT (the Association for International Practical Training) provides educational and professional exchange experiences that enhance cultural awareness, develop global competencies, mutual understanding, and international cooperation.
U.S. Department of Labor • Foreign Labor H-1B Program Data – This site lists companies that have gone through the H1-B visa process for the past six years or so. You can search online or download the Access file. Although the site is not the most user-friendly, it seems to be the most comprehensive. If you download the Access file, you can sort by location (city and state), employer name, type of position hired through the H1-B visa, prevailing wages, etc..
U.S. Department of Labor • Foreign Labor Certification Disclosure Data – Searchable database of American employers who have applied to hire workers with H1-B visas.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services – An agency of the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services is responsible for the administration of immigration and naturalization adjudication functions and establishing immigration services policies and priorities. This site provides information on Naturalization, Services & Benefits, Immigration Forms, Laws & Regulations, Education & Resources as well as News items.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services • H-1B: Specialty Occupation Workers Statistical Reports – In response to requests for background information on the characteristics of Specialty Occupation Workers (H-1B) and the top 100 employers using them, the reports are published in PDF format (requires Adobe Reader to view and print).
OverseasJobs.com – Browse jobs by location or keyword, post your resume, company profiles, internships and resources.
WorldWide Recruitment Leadership – A Job in Asia -A Job In Asia offers executive recruitment services free of charge to job seekers. Industry focus includes: Consumer Goods, Finance, Legal, Management Consulting, Manufacturing & Chemical, Medical Devices & Pharmaceutical, Sales & Marketing, and Technology.
CDS International – CDS is a non-profit organization committed to the advancement of international practical training opportunities for young professionals, students, educators, as well as labor, business and government representatives. Programs to and from the U.S., U.S host companies, career guidance resources and much more.
ForeignMBA.com – Online downloadable Excel spreadsheet with the names and links to US employers that have hired international students. This list has not been independently verified, but provides a good starting point for your job or internship search.U.S. Department of Labor
– The Department of Labor is a Federal agency which exists to promote the welfare of job seekers, workers and retirees.
H-Net Online Humanities & Social Sciences • Job Guide
– H-Net Job Guide offers free job search for academic positions world-wide in history, humanities, social sciences, rhetoric & composition. Site also offers online journals, discussion networks, reviews, announcements and more.