Finding your passion and a career that fits your personality and talents takes time and research. Use the following tools to explore careers related to your degree program or experience.
Career Services has added a new resource for you to explore career paths by major, types of employers that hire that major, professional associations affiliated with careers, occupational outlook information, niche job boards, and resources for more information.
It is very important that you connect to the resource through this link from this page https://whatcanidowiththismajor.com/major/ as it will not work from a bookmark or by typing the address in the navigation bar.
“What Can I Do With This Major has compiled a short video to introduce their service and help users navigate the website to find key information related to college majors.”
Explore Industries and Career Paths
Finding your passion and a career that fits your personality and talents takes time and research. Use the following tools to explore careers related to your degree program:
Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook – Federal resource for exploring occupations, expected salary ranges, and occupations with projected growth. Access details on different industries, working conditions, employment, training and advancement, benefits, and employment outlook.
Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Outlook – Career Outlook provides data and information on occupations, industries, pay, benefits and more. Includes feature articles on a wide variety of career topics and interviews with people in specific jobs.
O*NET Resource Center – US Department of Labor resource for job seekers with information on more than 1,000 occupations.
Learn How to Become – resources to find a career or transition to a new career.
Roadtrip Nation – Career exploration and planning tool to help you find a career path. Site includes interviews with people in different industries and careers and their journey to where they are today.
If you’re unsure of your next career, consider taking a career assessment to help you determine what careers may be a good fit for your interests, skills, and abilities.
- O*Net Interest Profiler – Work related interest profiler from the U.S. Department of Labor that can help you decide what careers you want to explore.
- You can use the results from your Interest Profiler to explore occupations on My Next Move
- Career OneStop – skills matcher tool to find career options that could be a good fit based on your skill set.
Connect with Your Career Services Support Specialist
Connect On LinkedIn
MHS Career Support Specialist Jenifer Benson, is available to provide career support on LinkedIn.
Connect to share information about your career with MHS or to share job opportunities with your employer.