There are many resources available to help you explore career options. Check out these websites to help you begin the process of making career decisions!
123TestThis free career test will help you learn what kind of work environments and occupations suit you best.
Career OneStopThis website helps you identify your interests, explore careers, learn how to get work experience and find education options.
Learn How to BecomeThis website allows you to search occupations by career field (education, engineering, medical, etc.) It also allows you to search by special interest such as green careers, women and non-traditional careers, etc.
My Next MoveThis website allows you to search occupations by key words or industry. It also allows you to answer questions about the type of things you enjoy doing and then suggests occupations that match your interests.
Occupational Outlook HandbookThis is an extensive resource published by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and includes detailed information on various occupations such as work environment, educational preparation, job outlook and more!
O*NET OnlineThis website allows you to explore a vast multitude of occupations to gain information on job tasks, knowledge, skills and abilities required, wage information, job openings and more!
Informational Interviews are a way to have a career conversation with someone working in a job in which you may be interested. It's a great way to explore an occupation by getting first-hand information! The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Career Services website has some great information and advice for conducting informational interviews.
What Can I Do With This Major?Are you interested in a particular field of study, but not sure of the kinds of occupations to which it can lead? This website allows you to choose a major to find information on common occupations for the major, as well as typical employers that hire students in this major.
Explore Health CareersThis website allows you to explore health occupations and accredited schools and programs, as well as funding opportunities. You can also sign up to receive a free monthly newsletter.
Skills Sought by EmployersThis webpage includes results from the National Association of Colleges and Employers annual survey and illustrates the skills that employers look for in new college graduates that they hire.
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