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Career Pathway Information

Career Information

The following websites contain career information and online career interest assessments:career sign post

  • Bureau of Labor StatisticsThe Occupational Outlook Handbook, US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, is a nationally-recognized source of career information. You can look up job outlooks, training and education for careers, earning potential, and job descriptions.

  • O*Net Center → A primary source of occupational information.

  • Mapping Your Future → A step-by-step career planning resource.

  • Career Overview → Career information and reviews provided by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

  • Career One Stop  → Career One Stop. Shows earnings and employment trends and has an online career resource library.

  • Careers → A directory of job search resources.

  • College Board → A career search sponsored by the College Board.

  • College View → College View career index.

  • Career Planning → A career planning guide with information about resume writing, interviewing, and career strategies.

  • Live Career → Career exploration tools and resources.

  • California Career Zone → Searching for careers in California.

  • Career One Stop → Career One Stop.

Career Assessments

Career Month

Check with your high school counselor about when this event happens. Every year in spring, your high school hosts a career day where people from many different careers come to your campus and share information about what they have to offer. Look for announcements in the Daily Bulletin about the time and place.