Internet Resources for Researching Majors and Exploring Careers
Below is a list of some useful web sites that link majors with related job titles and careers. The web addresses were verified on July 13, 2009. However, web addresses frequently change. If the address is incorrect, put in the first part of the web address and proceed from there. If that doesn’t work, google the college or university and then search for Major-Career links.
Remember: MOST jobs can be attained with ANY major.
The related job titles and careers below are SOME ideas but are not the ONLY jobs/careers possible
with the majors listed on the web sites.
Includes a list of majors and related career areas as well as types of employers and strategies to make you
Once you take the career quiz, includes typical work activities, quality of life after 2/5/10 years, job outlook,
salary, employers, professional associations, related majors
Includes a summary of each major and lists related occupations, typical employers, and related job titles
http://students.georgiasouthern.edu/career/ and click on Students and then Major/Career Decision Making
Includes skills/abilities, job titles and employers, publications and web sites about the field
Includes description of field, skills/abilities, job titles and employers
Includes 13 career “clusters” with related job titles and careers, work activities, work conditions, employment
outlook, and salary, skills, work styles, video clips from the U.S. Dept. of Labor
Choose “Career Guides” and then “Guides for Specific Careers”
Includes links to many web sites with wealth of information about different careers
Includes job titles, skills, job and internship links, and related web sites
Includes majors and related job titles, skills, employers, and publications
Includes skills/abilities, typical courses and areas of study, related majors and careers, job outlook and salary
for related careers