Explore sites that help you develop your career plans and gather job outlook and salary information.
A Call to Serve
A site designed to provide information about the unique and dynamic career opportunities with the U.S. Government, the largest employer in the country.
Uses personality profiling, called the Keirsey Temperament Sorter (similar to Myers Briggs) to help find the careers for which you're best suited.
Associations on the Net
The IPL Associations on the Net (AON) is a collection of over 2000 Internet sites providing information about a wide variety of professional and trade associations, cultural and art organizations, political parties and advocacy groups, labor unions, academic societies, and research institutions. Abstracts summarizing information about the association and its site are provided.
Business Week Online
Find a great deal of helpful career information, such as career advice, employer information, salary information, and more.
A free public service to help people make sound career decisions. Learn about the Career Key measure and how Holland's types are related to career choices.
Making informed career decisions can be a daunting and sometime challenging task. CareerOverview.com is a non-commercial website dedicated to providing aspiring career professionals and students with relevant, reliable and up-to-date career and job information whereby helping them to make better, more information career choices.
MyPlan.com helps students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about their education and careers. Whether you’re deciding on what college to go to, choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or thinking about making a career change, MyPlan.com can help you explore options and bring clarity and insight into figuring out what’s right for you.
Reference USA is a detailed listing of 10.5 million businesses with the ability to search by company name, type of business, geography, business size, and more.