Occupational Data

Now that you completed the assessments, you need to read about occupations that match your interests, skills, values and personality. You can gather data about the nature of the work, the working conditions, training and education, skills required, employment projections and salaries. Compare the rewards and requirements of the careers options provided by the Self-Assessment.

America Career Info Network – A comprehensive source of information to explore a variety of careers and industries. Includes Career Videos, Military Transition Portal, and much more.

Gain employment projections with FREIDA and salary information with www.salary.com and Florida Wages

What’s A Degree Worth?

Gain national employment information with Conference Board Online

Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) – From the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the OOH provides detailed information on 250 occupations.

It is important to gain occupational information and trends within an industry because it can make a difference in job growth and salaries. Explore CareerOne Stop to gather information about the industry.

Occupational Info Network (ONET) – In addition to providing occupational data and research, ONET will assist you in exploring careers using a skill or tool and will crosswalk careers from the military into civilian careers. Review the work values, the skills, and the interest sections to compare them with your career assessment. 

Career Videos Select a career cluster and view career videos. Provided by the Career Information Network.

Best Business Schools

Careers in Health

Careers in IT

Careers in Psychology

STEM Careers BLS STEM Newsletter

Careers in Technical Writing – Suncoast Technical Communications

Now that you have completed this step, connect Majors to Careers.