The web sites below provide information about career fields, including job descriptions, salaries, education, majors, and much more.
What Can I Do With This Major
New York State Department of Labor Career Zone
(highly recommended!) ... assess your interests and research careers on this site
Occupational Outlook Handbook
... lots of great information about specific occupations
The Riley Guide
a directory of employment and career information sources and services on the Internet and instructions for jobseekers and recruiters on how to use the Internet to their best advantage
is a resource for students and young professionals beginning their careers. From researching a company and finding a job to reading about the latest workplace trends, experience.com has it all.
Job Choices Online
an online magazine from the National Association of College and Employers featuring articles on career planning and job search
The Princeton Review: Career
offers students information about standardized tests, admissions, internships, graduate school and career and career information.
Richard Nelson Bolles designed this site as a supplement to his book, "What Color Is Your Parachute?, the best-selling job-hunting book and practical manual for job-hunters and career-changers
a premier free site for executive, managerial and professional jobs.
VaultReports: Career Advice
free access to revealing information about major corporations and law firms, including current company activities, work environments, and secrets on curveball interview questions and tactics.
a site developed by MIT to explain the qualities that employers seek and how students can develop them.