The list below contains links to other websites you may consider consulting as part of your career research.
This web site is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment ant Training Administration. It provides resources to manage one's career path as well as to seek opportunities for training and employment. The link offered here is a special section designed for students and career advisors.
O*NET is a good site for career exploration. Here you can look up occupations and get detailed information about it, including: average salary, education and training requirements, and a description of job duties.
Becoming a career self-manager can be confusing and intimidating. In this section devoted to students, you will find many resources that will help you begin and continue on your journey to discovering what interests you. Come back often, as the listing of resources will be updated with new sites that benefit you, the student.
Making informed career decisions requires reliable information about opportunities in the future. Opportunities result from the relationships between the population, labor force, and the demand for goods and services. This resource is part of the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
(Descriptive material above is taken from the respective career websites profiled in this section.)