Last Updated: Apr 10, 2017
U.S. News and World Report offers job seekers an intuitive method to compare professions based on components that matter most: the number of expected openings, advancement opportunities, career fulfillment and salary expectations. Check out their 100 Best Jobs of 2014.
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Check out these websites to determine how your interests and skills can be used to find the right career path for you.
- My Skills My Future
Enter a job you've had, and get a list of occupations that require similar skills. Then you can explore careers, find training, and view and apply for job postings.
- My Next Move
Search for careers by keywords, browse by industry, or by matching with your interests and training. Also available in Spanish and offers a special site for Veterans.
- CareerOneStop: Explore Careers
- OKCollegeStart: Career Planning
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provides a profile for careers covering the nature of the work, working conditions, employment, training, job outlook, earnings, and related occupations.