Salary & Relocation Resources
Disclosing Salary Requirements - The Riley Guide offers comprehensive advice about all aspects of career exploration and job search, linking to numerous valuable articles, like these about how to respond to requests for salary history and requirements.
Wages by Area and Occupation - Use the Bureau of Labor Statistics and find average earnings for an industry.
NACE Salary Calculator - The National Association of Colleges and Employers offers the most accurate compensation data available.
Salary Expert - National and international salary information.
Salary.com - Look up salary information for by geographic area.
FindTheBest.com - Search for salary information by position and city/state. All of the information is compiled from the Bureau of Labor Statistics but it is organized in a way that makes it easier for users to sort through and find the information they are looking for.
Job Star - Links to more than 300 general and profession-specific salary survey sites.
CareerJournal - Wall Street Journal page on salary surveys and trends for numerous occupations.
Career InfoNet - Search for salaries by career area and geographic location.
123Movers.com - A free service that offers job hunters quotes from local, long-distance and international moving companies that can handle their relocation needs.
CityTownInfo.com - Offers an extensive set of employment data organized by both profession and city location. Students can explore career options by f inding cities offering the strongest opportunities for a selected profession, finding professions in a city paying the best relative to national trends and that are most popular, learning about a city’s demographics, economics, culture, schools, housing, climate, and more.
Cost of Living Calculator and City Reports - Use HomeFair.com’s cost of living calculator to compare the cost of living of various cities in the United States. Find reports on cities across the U.S.
FindtheBest.com Average Apartment Rent - Allows users to cross-reference their rent with the averages in their city. (Source: US Department of Housing and Urban Affairs)
FindtheBest.com Cost of Living Comparison - Get an overall cost index, as well as specific indexes on food, taxes, housing and much more based on city. (Source: Economic Policy Institute)
MovingGuru.com’s Moving Guide - Online information portal for moving related resources
The following sites are among those that help you find an apartment in numerous cities across the U.S., find moving resources, insurance and more: