Explore Majors and Careers
To begin your career exploration, ask yourself a few "major questions." If you are experiencing difficulty answering the major questions, consider taking our self assessment career and educational planning quiz. After some self-reflection, you may be ready for some major steps to further explore your area of interest.
Career Exploration Resources
The links below will help you make connections between majors, skill development, and possible career choices:
- What can I do with a major in ?
- College Board: Major & Career Profiles
- Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) is one of the best career exploration tools out there. Click on A-Z search, and type in the careers you find interesting. Find information about employment trends, earnings, work conditions, and general job descriptions.
- The Occupation Informational Network (O*NET) is a searchable database that provides an occupation description and relevant knowledge, skills, abilities, and work values plus related occupations. Use your nine-digit Holland Code obtained from your FOCUS report to locate information on a specific career.
Please remember, you are always welcome to set up an appointment with a Career Counselor. To do so, please call Career Development at 386-822-7315.