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So you picked a major, but what options for employment do you have? Visit the What Can I Do With This Major? website, which includes an inventory of 92 majors that lists potential jobs for each field of study.

The National Job Outlook presented by the United States Department of Labor contains career information about hundreds of occupations, as well as statistics on everything from employment cost trends to the unemployment rate.

Want to know more about a particular occupation? Then visit O*NET Online, which provides detailed descriptions of many occupations. Learn about the credentials, skills and work activities of any job—from accountant to zoologist.

From your professional summary to your work experience, receive advice on what to include and what to omit on your resume, plus guidelines for writing a cover letter.

These steps will assist you in preparing for that crucial interview, including what to wear and several behaviors to exhibit before, during and after the interview.

CollegeGrad is the #1 entry level job site for college students and recent graduates, and this site provides resources for careers, resumes, interviewing, salaries and more.


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