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Company Research

Career Services has a variety of resources available to assist you with researching companies, organizations and various geographic regions locally, nationally and across the globe!

Resources for Northeast Wisconsin & Statewide

The Business News Book of Lists for Northeastern Wisconsin 
The Lists for 2019 include:
 

Resources for National and International Employers

As a currently enrolled student, recent graduate or registered alumnus, you can search for employers in Handshake by name, location, employer size, industry, or keyword. 

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GoinGlobal is a resource available to currently enrolled students and recent alumni through their Handshake accounts. To access, log into Handshake, click on "Career Center" on the top toolbar, then "Resources." Scan the list or type "global" to find GoinGlobal. These career and employment resources include world-wide job openings, internship listings, industry profiles and country-specific career information. Topics range from job search resources, hiring trends, and industry overviews to professional and social networking groups, work permit and visa regulations, financial considerations, resume/cv guidelines, interview tips and cultural advice. View these various career guides to assist with your research:
-Country Career Guides: These 40+ country-specific guides provide in-depth career advice from local employment experts. 
-Global City Career Guides: Conduct a successful job or internship search utilizing GoinGlobal’s City Career Guides for the leading metropolitan markets around the world. Produced by local experts, these guides feature up-to-date information on a wide variety of helpful topics​.
-U.S. City Career Guides: Take advantage of GoinGlobal’s constantly updated expert employment advice to fast track a successful job or internship search for the largest metropolitan areas throughout the United State​s.

Entry-Level Training, Leadership Development & Rotational Programs for College Graduates

This list, compiled by UW-Green Bay Career Services, is to help individuals research various programs available to new college graduates in a variety of industries. Entry-Level Training, Leadership Development and Rotational Programs for College Graduates (PDF)


Other On-Line Resources to Research National and International Employers

  • Directory of Associations: Find over 35,000 local, regional, national and international associations.
  • Forbes: Each year, Forbes publishes their rankings for a wide range of categories. View the "Companies" section to view lists such as America's Best Large Employers, The World's Most Innovative Companies, or Small Giants: Best Small Companies>
  • FORTUNE  Rankings for America's top employers and executives with links to company profiles & corporate websites.
  • Glassdoor.com gives you an inside look at company salaries, reviews and interview questions for more than 600,000 companies worldwide. University of Wisconsin - Green Bay students and recent alumni: send an email from your ‘.edu' account and you will receive a free full access student account. You'll get free access to everything without having to post anything.
  • IQS Directory: Industrial Quick Search Manufacturer Directory
  • NIRA's World Directory of Think Tanks
  • U.S. News & World Report Rankings: Rankings include The 100 Best Jobs, Best Paying Jobs, and Best Jobs within various industries such as Business, Healthcare, Technology and more.
  • Worldwide NGO Directory

CareerSpots Videos

View these videos to get inside tips from employers on how to really dive in and effectively learn about a company, their culture and events.

Printed Resources

UW-Green Bay Cofrin Library has a variety of resources available in print and on-line format, including Business Directories and On-Line Databases including ABI/Inform Global and LexisNexis Academic.