Online Resources

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Diversity and Minority Job Seekers


 U.S.  Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook

This U.S. Department of Labor site features the most complete source of information and statistics on careers, the Occupational Outlook Handbook. You can learn everything you want to know about any career in the U.S.: 1) nature of the work; 2) working conditions; 3) employment; 4) training, other qualifications, and advancement; 5) job outlook; 6) earnings; 7) related occupations; and 8) sources of additional information. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections for the 2010–20 decade.

This website provides information on salaries by occupation and geographic location. You can also research companies and read reviews from current and former employees. Also lists the top 50 employers to work for in 2012.

 "What Can I Do with a Major in...?"

Choose “Career Guides,” then “Guides for Specific Careers” to access a list of university majors and explore career options related to the major.