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Occupation Information

Use these resources to help you find a major that suits you:

Occupational Outlook Handbook

This handbook is maintained by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and includes career profiles that describe what people in each line of work do, the work environment, required education or training, pay and outlook, as well as related occupations.


Explore over 1,000 careers and degrees. Learn who thrives in them and why. Browse by careers, collections, or categories.

Candid Career’s mission is to provide honest career information so you can learn as much as possible about your options before choosing a career path. No narration or actors – just real people speaking from the heart about their career experiences. They have interviewed thousands of professionals and what they have learned is that everyone has a story to tell and valuable insight to share.


This job resource is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration and includes information about exploring careers, necessary education and training, and so much more.


This is real information from real people doing real jobs.  A great resource if you are trying to figure out what career is right for you.

Learn How To Become

This non-commercial organization, provides detailed insight into many of today’s most popular career fields, including forensic psychology, writing, engineering, real estate, nursing, mental health, marketing, and the arts.

O*NET Online

This website was created for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration by the National Center for O*NET Development. It allows you to browse for careers based on industry, field of work, science area and more.

Career Exploration