NOTE: Also check out the Links associated with various majors on the "What Can I Do With a Major In..?" pages to research various career fields!
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this inclusive guide provides information about occupations including typical duties, work environment, training & education, salary information and job outlook.
Interactive and accessible occupational information.
16 Career Clusters
Career clusters identify pathways from secondary school to two- and four-year colleges, graduate school, and the workplace, so students can learn in school and what they can do in the future.
America's Career InfoNet
Profiles of over 750 specific occupations, including salary information by state and county. This site also has Career Videos On-Line
Find information about various careers within U.S. communities.
Green Collar Jobs
Saving the Planet While you Work (Webinar Presented through NACE)
Snapshots: Interviews with Professionals
Created by The University of Chicago Career Advising & Planning Services.
State of Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
The Department licenses and regulates 132 different types of credentials in more than 58 professional fields. Learn more about educational and licensing requirements for occupations ranging from Substance Abuse Counselors and Nursing Home Administrators to Real Estate Professionals and Funeral Directors.
See a list of certification examinations for various career
fields and learn more about what these exams entail. Includes