& Career Planning
Job Projections & Outlook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012–13 Edition
helps you find
career and educational and training requirements by occupation, provides indepth information by profession, and also
information by state. The Dictionary
of Occupational Titles Index is an alphabetical index
to the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT).
O*Net (The Occupational Information Network Resource
Center) helps you find occupations by keyword or job category.
CareerOneStop provides information on employment trends, salary information, and education and training needed. State
Occupational Projections also assists in making informed
career decisions with information on projected employment
growth by occupation and state.
Employment Statistics reports employment and wage
estimates for more than 800 occupations.
Information is available for individual states or the
nation as a whole. Salary
Expert is a free comprehensive salary site offering
salary, benefits, and cost-of-living information. Find
salaries quickly by selecting job title and zip code.
If your profession requires licensing,
State Education Agencies is a good place to start.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
10 Fastest Growing
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Career Planning & Development
Choosing a major involves several aspects. Job outlook
and potential salary are important issues, but look
for a career you will truly enjoy and that fits your
life goals. My
Road from The College Board Career Center offers
a validated personality assessment with a detailed report
on personality types. You can explore a list of suggested
careers and majors that fit your personality and strengths.
For additional help, see Choosing
a Major, and 5
Steps to Achieving Maximum Benefit from Your Degree, and Return on Investment (ROI) for Your College Degree.
Starting Salaries by Major
Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers Salary Survey 2014
|| 2013 Average Salary
|Humanities & Social Sciences
|Math & Sciences