Comparative salary data can also be found in job announcements, job lines, etc. Below are databases that include local, national and international job opportunities as well as information about potential employers.
Professional associations can be a great place to find information about your chosen career path, including white papers, job listings and networking opportunities. For more information, including tips and techniques, see the library guide to Networking.
These tools may help you to estimate added expenses due to a higher cost of living in another state, moving expenses, and more, many of which might be included in the job negotiation depending on how strong your position is with the hiring institution.
There are a lot of great resources on the web where you can search for jobs in Library & Information Science and Archives. Below you'll find resources that include job listings in academic, public, school and special libraries as well as in museums and archives. Hover your mouse over the links to find out what they contain. Have fun exploring!
Below are resources to help with the interview process, including presentation resources. For more tips, tricks and techniques, see the library guide to Interviewing.
A placement agency can help you to match your skils and long-term goals to appropriate job opportunities. Below you'll find some helpful resources that include tips for working with placement agencies and more.