Majors and Careers
Occupational Outlook Handbook - The Occupational Outlook Handbook is available through the Bureau of Labor Statistics and provides up-to-date information on careers. This is the place to check first for school assignments on particular careers!
Education Planner – Try this site first! It has tons of great information and a link to the Career Key and other on-line assessments.
CareerNet – Links to thousands of career reference sites, organized geographically, alphabetically, and by job family.
Career Services – A great online career-interest survey from the University of Waterloo.
College Board Online – Extensive guidance and information about jobs and careers and how they relate to college majors; part of the comprehensive EXPAN program.
Keirsey Temperament Sorter – The Keirsey Temperament Sorter by David Keirsey is a personality test that scores results according to the Meyers-Briggs Inventory system. The actual Meyers-Briggs test is a professional instrument and may be administered only by a licensed practitioner.
Myfuture.com – Although this site looks at careers in the military, the assessment and information are great for anyone who wants a quick assessment of their overall interests.
Princeton Review – Search their online data base of career advice for insightful information on hundreds of occupations, internship opportunities, and general advice on interviewing and public speaking.