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Career Browser
Preview different types of jobs and the kinds of college courses you would need to take to get those jobs. From CollegeBoard.
Explore different career options and what you will need to learn to do certain jobs. Website sponsored by the U.S. Departments of Labor.
"Youth in grades 6 -12 most often use CareerZone to start their career exploration journey by beginning with the Interest, Work Values and Skill assessment tools to explore potential careers. A middle school and high school career portfolio are available to help youth create a meaningful plan for their future education and career choices." From New York State Department of Labor.
Factmonster Career Guide
accountants, actors, architects, artists, automotive mechanics, bookkeepers, carpenters, chemists, engineers, computer engineers, dancers, designers, disc jockeys, doctors, electricians, firefighters, lawyers, librarians, musicians, nurses, photographers, physicists, pilots, police officers, politicians, professional athletes, psychologists, reporters, teachers, veterinarians, writers, and more.
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Kids.gov - Future Careers to Consider:
"MyFuture.com helps young adults plan their next steps in life by bringing together the most recently available information about colleges, careers and military service opportunities from the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Defense, Education and Labor." Search or browse by topic / category.
What Do You Like?
Career information for kids from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Browse future careers by selecting subjects you like.

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