The following links contain useful information and resources in order to assist you
with your career direction...
Remember, each of these resources is just that - a resource to assist you. It will
be just as important to pull the results of these resources together and talk to a
Career Services Office staff member. This person can help you make sense of the research
considering the current employment market and where you would like to live.
Two key words to keep in mind when considering any career decision making process
— change and the flexibility need to adapt to change. It is well documented that career fields (not just jobs!)
can change from five to seven times in a working lifetime. Make an appointment at
365-4259 to discuss your career planning needs so what you do makes sense for you!
FOCUS-2 is a self-paced, online career and education planning tool for use by college
students. It enables you to self-assess your career relevant personal qualities and
explore career fields and major areas of study that are most compatible with your
Learn about career opportunities for different college majors...includes career information
to print and links to related sites.
A nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable
assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Research
over 200+ different job titles and find out about the following areas: Earnings, Nature
of the Work, Job Outlook in the Future, Qualifications needed and Advancement possibilities,
Related Job Titles and more Sources of Information. What does an Actuary do and how
much do they earn? Click on this site to find out!
This site divides the career development process into four distinct area: Discovery,
Exploration, Experience/Experiment and Choice. If you are serious about finding a
career direction this is one of the best sites to use!
This is America's publicly-funded resource for jobseekers and businesses. Career One
Stop is one of the most comprehensive employment seeking sites covering all aspects
of the employment search process. This site has over 5,000 links to career resources.
A goldmine for the career planner and jobseeker!