What do you want to do when you grow up? Not sure? Let these resources help you!
"An innovative new career tool for our region - matching students and job seekers with in-demand local careers, education and skills training."
This website allows you to sort career outlook data based on the state, career cluster, and career interest. Career Outlook also provides a free career interest assessment.
CFNC.org provides Bridges to help students identify their interests in career exploration.
This website provides self assessment for your career interests and career explorations. This website also provides job search tips including how a resume should look, networking, and the interview process.
Lists over 20,000 job titles with detailed descriptions. Sponsored by the US Department of Labor.
The Occupational Outlook Quarterly is a magazine published quarterly by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics. This magazine publishes results of new studies on current emerging career trends and information on choosing today and tomorrow's jobs.
As a companion to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, The Career Guide discusses careers from an industries perspective. For example if you are interested in health care you can look up healthcare and research the careers that are a part of this industry. The Career Guide covers 43 industries which account for 3 out of every 4 wage and salary jobs in the Nation.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook gives job trends for the future, salaries, expected job prospects, what workers do on a job, and working conditions.
This link provides a five minute test to match your interests with a suggest career path.