Conduct Business Job Search

Employers are looking for candidates who would be the right fit to the position and the company. "Right fit" means that the candidate��s knowledge & skills, attitude, aptitude, value and motivations match with requirement of the position and the company, and that the candidates will likely be an effective addition to the company, who can fit well and complement the team.

Therefore, before you conduct your job search, please walk through the other career development stages to help you understand your own skills, attitude, aptitude, value and motivations.

Diversified approach to help you increase the chance of obtaining a satisfied offer
Campus Recruitment Talks

Check out the monthly event calendar schedule posted on the CLC website and mark on your calendar to attend the talks that you are interested in. Do your homework and research the company of your interest before you attend the talk. Follow the recruitment schedule and submit your application before the application deadline.

You are advised to make an appointment with a career advisor to go through your application before your final submission.

Connect with people who can give you tips, advice, and contacts relating to your job search. The more people you talk with, the more connected you will be, and the better chance of you hearing about potential openings.
CityU Business Career Development Network
This LinkedIn group is maintained by the Business Career Development at College of Business, City University of Hong Kong. Joining the Network will allow you contact alums who have volunteered to speak to students about their careers
Job Boards

Other than the sites listed under the Career Opportunities page, students may also search jobs or subscribe to the following portals to receive job alerts.


Useful e-Resources
99 Job Search Tips from an Executive Recruiter, can be downloaded free from

Useful Video Resources
Job Search Strategies with Valerie Sutton
How to land a job using social media
Managing Your Career with Valerie Sutton
  • Identifying your skills, knowledge, and qualifications
  • Considering lifestyle choices
  • Completing a career profile
  • Researching possible roles
  • Exploring different industries
  • Researching salary ranges
  • Performing a gap analysis

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