SELECTED WEB SITES:
A page that asks the user about different aspects of their career interests and gives the user some options when it calculates the data.
Helps you to determine what you’re interested in and gives career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A page from an online educational site that gives lots of information about post-secondary schools and programs that offer training in a variety of fields such as health services, custodial services, agriculture, forestry and fishing, construction, and many more.
Choose a general category and link to specific job information, including working conditions, forecasts, related careers, and job requirements.
Provides job descriptions about dozens of major career fields, the types of jobs you can find in each one, and what you might do in these jobs.
For students and those engaged in career exploration. Learn about the many career options available to you. Develop a career plan based on your interests and abilities.
It is important to have all the facts concerning careers.
Provides the tools to assist users in finding a job or changing careers.
This site is an excellent source provided by the U.S. government. This handbook allows the user to search by career and get a description of the work, education required and expected salary.
Explore vocational and technical careers. This site includes links to various career descriptions, as well as links to educational sites relating to the specific career such as: tutorials, directories, associations, industry news, glossaries and related academics.
University of North Carolina at Wilmington's Career Services. Find information on various careers, related titles, job and internship opportunities, career planning, and professional associations.
If you want to browse the shelves in the library to locate books about careers, visit the careers section in the front of the library…also check the library catalog from any South Colonie Library location.