In addition to its many services and resources, the Career Development Center has identified a number of external websites that may be of help to you in your career planning or job search. The links below are just a sampling of what is available on the Internet.
Finding Your Major
- BigFuture - Explore majors and related careers
- CollegeBoard.com's Career Browser - Browse major and career profiles
- What Can I Do with This Major? - Helps connect majors to careers
- What Can I Do With a Graduate Degree In? from Salisbury University
- 80,000 Hours - Provides career advice for people who want to have a social impact
- Becomeopedia.com - Information about hundreds of careers
- Bloomberg Businessweek - Global perspective, timely insights, and unique stories on business news, companies, economics, technology, government policy, worklife and more
- BrainTrack - Career profiles, expert videos, student & workers "First Person Stories"
- Buzzfile - Browse employers by major and discover potential employers across the USA
- CareerZone - Explore careers related to your strengths, skills and talents
- CityTownInfo - Career Stories - Collection of job descriptions, career stories and advice from hundreds of people working in real jobs to help you with your career decision
- Department of Labor Dictionary of Occupational Titles
- Inside Career Info - Candid career reports written by career insiders
- Job Hunter's Bible - Official site for Richard Bolles and his book What Color is Your Parachute?
- Learn How to Become - One-stop, comprehensive resource that guides individuals through each of the steps they need to take to begin, further, or change their career path
- MyNextMove - Interactive tool to explore career options
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - U.S. Bureau of Labor detailed descriptions of occupations
- O*Net - U.S. Bureau of Labor's tool for career exploration and job analysis
- Shoretel - How to prepare for a phone interview
- The National Jurist Magazine - The latest in law school news, trends, rankings and study advice
- Wetfeet - Personalized, insider answers that help you get your dream job