Career Map: This is a guide to show students the different tasks to complete each year of their college career to ensure a successful transition into the professional world.
U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook. A nationally recognized source of career information, this site provides valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The U.S. Department of Labor updates this Web site regularly and is packed with helpful info on skills, pay, working conditions, training and education, projected growth, related jobs, and much more. You have three ways to find career information on this site: 1) search by specific occupation; 2) search multiple occupations using cluster buttons; 3) search alphabetical listings.
Job Shadow: Here at Job Shadow you can read real interviews from people as they talk about the jobs they do and the careers they have. If you’re career hunting, trying to find out what career is right for you, don’t like your current job, want to career mentor and help others, or just plain curious you can read about and explore the different career options and shadow people's jobs online. Click on the 'career hunting' link to the right to get started if you're looking to find motivation, career information, and a job you'll love.
NerdWallet Cost of Living Calculator: Students can critically evaluate how far their money will go when considering internship or job opportunities in different cities. Additionally, the Cost of Living Index allows students to tailor their comparisons based on demographics (i.e. student or recent graduate) and gives them relatable and easy points of references such as the price of a cup of coffee or a movie ticket as well as essential living costs like rent, transportation and healthcare.