Number of Job Titles registered at the Department of Labor: 44,000
How do you choose what's right for you?
Every student needs to select a course of study (college or technical) that most closely aligns with specific personal characteristics like interests, values, abilities, and the type of work environment desired. High school students can get more information about various careers, educational requirements, future job and salary opportunities from the information links below.
The site displays in-depth career and education information for moe than 800 occupations including job descriptions, estimated wages and the job outlook for each occupation.
An easy, interactive site that allows you to search occupations, colleges and financial aid. Contact your school counselor for log-in information.
This is a web-based education planning system that allows students to build digital literacy and prepare students for college and careers. Students can create their own personal log in with help from their school counselor.
Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Careers
The DEC is committed to conserve, improve and protect New York's natural resources and environment. This short promotional video highlights the range of careers available to prospective employees.
Look up a description of the job you're interested in!
A new gateway for youth, this site serves as a single point of contact to connect youth with the tools and resources they need to build a resume, budget for self-sufficiency or find their first job. Help from the NYS Dept. of Labor.
The goal of this site, which is sponsored by Lockheed Martin, is to help high school girls learn more about engineering and hopefully get them interested in what engineering has to offer.
Visit this website to learn about career options with a Master's degree in global health.
Based in California, the site has the ability to search everywhere for jobs. Includes resume writing, career guides, salary info.
U.S. Department of Labor offers career exploration.
For hundreds of different types of jobs. This site tells you the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions.
This comprehensive guide to careers and degrees in health administration helps students evaluate the pathways into the profession. Included is an a overview of the kinds of degrees available, the curriculum that makes up the programs, information on internships and scholarships for college students, key salary information and a guide to job opportunities.
Career advancement tools and resources.
Information on various tests such as SAT, ACT, AP, GRE, and others.
Explore vocational and technical careers, check out the skills employers really want, find a trade school, research technical topics and take a look at the current job market.
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