Wall Street Journal Launches New Site for Students

The Wall Street Journal has launched College Journal, a free site for undergraduate, graduate, and MBA students providing job-search and career-guidance information. Content is supplied by the The Wall Street Journal's editorial resources as well as an editorial team dedicated to the CollegeJournal.

The site contains a jobs database which lists more than 30,000 positions, including many entry-level positions and internships, salary information, an MBA center which includes a free practice GMAT as well as information on how to choose and apply to schools, a career counselor Q&A, resume techniques, tips for success at your job, international career information, and information about financial aid and money management.

In addition, the site features a free resume builder, practice tests for the LSAT, ORE, MCAT, and GMAT, assessment exercises, online career counseling, a search service for college scholarships, and the opportunity to receive free e-mail alerts.

CollegeJournal can be found at collegejournal.com.

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