Career Research Sites
Use the sites listed below to help you find out more information about
careers: What are my career choices? Which careers is best for my skills and
interests? What type of training do I need for this career?
Career One Stop: Use this tool to find salary information for
more than 800 different occupations. To start, either search for
an occupation by keyword, or select an occupation from the list
Major & Career Profiles - Use the + signs to see careers in each
category. Click the link to get information about that career.
Bureau of Labor Statistics - What do you like? Click your choice
to get information on a career that may be right for you.
Kids & Community - Explore communities and cities to learn about
a career in city and regional planning.
NIEHS Kids Page: Getting Your Own Lab Coat - Would you like to
learn what it's like to be a wetland ecologist or a lung doctor?
Find out about science careers and get some help with science
Scientists in Action! - This site describes numerous careers in
the natural sciences by providing narratives of professional
scientists at work. From mapping the planets to sampling the
ocean floor, from protecting wildlife to forecasting volcanic
Career Description Videos
Your Path - One Step at a Time
How will the decisions you make affect your future? How can you prepare yourself?
Job Descriptions and Career Choices
Dream It! Do It!
There are 20 questions and you can't get a single one wrong. In
the end, we'll tell you what types of careers you'll probably be
happiest in. Simply give an honest answer to the questions.
Jobs & Training
An integrated suite of sites that help businesses, job seekers,
students, and workforce professionals find career resources.
Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH), 2006-07 Edition
For hundreds of different types of jobs such as teacher, lawyer,
and nurse the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you:
the training and education needed
expected job prospects
what workers do on the job
Understanding different careers is critical to job search
successs. Know what you want to do before you seek to find it.
The career information at our site is based upon information
provided by the U.S. Department of Labor and is the most
comprehensive resource for occupational and career information
available on the Internet.
VOCATIONAL INFORMATION CENTER
Explore vocational and technical careers, check out the skills
employers really want, find a trade school, research technical
topics and take a look at the current job market within the
Vocational Information Center.
Careers with DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency
GoArmy.com (U.S. Army)
Navy.com: Careers and Jobs (U.S. Navy)
U.S. Air Force Careers (U.S. Air Force)
U.S. Marines (U.S. Marine Corps)
Career Choices - Job Descriptions, education requirements, salary
Careers in Comminucation & the Arts - salary & job description
Salary Info by Career Type
What does an Environmental Analyst do?