- Career Cruising - Multimedia interactive database contains exceptional assessment tools, detailed career profiles, and comprehensive post-secondary information.
- The Career Key - Career Key™ helps you get an early handle on who you are, what you're interested in, and what kind of career may be right for you.
- National Career Development Association - Click Resources on the toolbar to find a list of Internet tools for career planning.
- O*Net - Find jobs based on skill sets.
Texas Cares Self Assessment and Job Clusters - Self -analysis will help you find or change careers.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - Find education, training, salary, and outlook for jobs and careers.
- Occupations with the Largest Growth - Jobs with current largest growth and projections to 2018.
- Occupation Rankings in Texas
- US News 2013 Career Guide - Which careers have strong growth and job satisfaction?
- Texas Cares Hot Shots - Growing and declining job sectors.
- Texas Employment Projections
General Career Guides
- America's CareerInfonet
- Career Guide to Industries
- Career Profiles
- Job Profiles
What Can I Do with a Major In?
- Guides for Specific Careers from JobStar
- Careers in Business
- Civil Engineering
- National Association of Social Workers
Vocational and Career Collection Online Database
Certificates and Licenses
- Austin Travis County Food Handler Registration
- Learning Express Online Database (practice tests for professional licensing and certification)
- TABC Certification
Texas Occupational Licenses and Permits
- Salary Expert
- 2011 Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates for Austin/Round Rock/San Marcos
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By Pete Leibman.
Outlines practical strategies for landing a dream job as well as career advancement advice for after getting hired, covering such topics as acing an interview, using social media, and networking.
By Laurence Shatkin ; foreword by Linda Kobylarz.
"How this book works. First take a self-assessment to discover your top three career skills. Then browse the best jobs list for your top skills. Finally, look at the job descriptions for details on earnings, growth, job tasks, education and training needed, and much more. Simple."--from cover, p.