After you have learned about a few career options to consider, find out more about them. The Career Development Center offers a career resource library and additional print materials in the office.
Below are some helpful online research resources:
- America's Career InfoNet - salary ranges for approximately 500 occupations
- Activist Quotient - will you be in charge of your career?
- Benefits Link - links to benefits sites
- Career Overview - career information, education, descriptions and job search resources
- College Board Questionnaire - explores college majors and careers
- My Majors - matches your interests and high school experiences with possible fields of study
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - a nationally recognized source of career information from the U.S. Department of Labor
- Professional Associations - associations post general career path information, job openings, area conferences and offer student memberships at discounted costs
- Riley Guide - a guide to online sites and services for a job search
- Salary Calculator - compare salaries in different cities, factoring the cost of living
- Salary.com - provides starting salary information or averages by geographic location
- Salary Expert - offers broad range salary information
- Vocational Information Center- links to educational sites such as tutorials, directories, associations, industry news and glossaries
- Wetfeet - research industries, companies, salaries and cities