Researching Careers

Career Insider | Candid Career | Need-to-Know Job Info | Occupational Outlook Handbook | O*Net |
Careers in STEM Fields | Employment and Graduate School Outcomes


CAREER INSIDER (RUTGERS ON-LINE LIBRARY) powered by Vault 

Brings together an astonishing amount of career information in one place. Content includes over 90 downloadable PDF career guides ranging from interview/résumé guides to career overviews, guides to specific occupations (accounting, interior design, physical therapy, etc.), and employers; several thousand company, industry, and occupational overviews and profiles; career advice articles; and company, industry, career topic, and grad degree message boards with millions of postings. Company information (the company profile guides) are updated year-round.

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Candid Career

Watch a variety of professionals providing information about their careers.

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Need-to-Know Job Info

Main Edition                              

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Diversity Edition

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Brought to you by NACE and your Career Center - with great tips on resume writing, interviewing and job search strategies.

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

The standard reference tool for information about careers from the Department of Labor.

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Career Exploration Resources via the O*NET System (US Department of Labor)

O*NET is ournation’s primary source of occupational information, listing hundreds of
occupations, utilizing multiple databases. It is widely used by educators,
students, and workforce development professionals.

For example, you can find labor market and occupational information to:

  • research entry-level job titles and salaries related to your major
  • identify“bright outlook” occupations
  • find out which careers generally require a graduate degree
  • take an online survey to assess your current skills and the jobs that match  
  • translate military skills to civilian jobs – if you are a veteran

You also can watch free podcasts and webinars at www.onetacademy.org to
keep you up-to-date on the rapidly changing work environment in the U.S.

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Careers in STEM Fields

Learn about career paths, jobs, employers and more.

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What Happened To The Class Of 2014? (Employment and Graduate School Outcomes)

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