Exploring Careers Some Resources to Get You Started... It is important to research and investigate various career fields prior to making a decision. There are a variety of methods used to research careers including the Internet, libraries, periodicals, trade magazines and discussions with professionals in the field. A Career Advisor can provide additional suggestions for research. The following are some resources to help you get started. Resources for Online Career Research What can I Do With This Major? - Helps you connect with careers through a list of potential employers, specific strategies to obtain employment in those fields as well as links to career sites based upon major. Occupational Outlook Handbook - To find career information by occupation. Occupational Information Network - The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations. Myplan - A comprehensive resource for major, career and industry information Job Shadow - Review informational interviews with real life professionals from 200+ industries! Career Overview A comprehensive career and job resources guide. The Riley Guide Salary Guides and Guidance - Finding salary information to help you make a decision or negotiate better pay. www.usatodaycollege.com - Explores career news, issues and industry trends through various articles. America's Career Info Net - America's Career InfoNet (ACINet) helps people make better, more informed career decisions. America's Career InfoNet is ideal for job seekers, employers, human resource specialists and workforce development specialists. Iona College Ryan Library - The library features many electronic and hard copy resources that can be utilized to research career fields.