This is the place to search for occupational information, industry information, and state-specific labor market information.
Here is everything a Texan needs to know about preparing for, applying for, and paying for college or technical school. And it's all in one up-to-date, easy to navigate mega site almost as big as the state itself. And remember, $4 billion is available every year to help Texans attend college.
Use these 25 websites to discover your aptitudes and interests. Learn about jobs and careers best suited to you. Create a resume tailored to the job you want.
There are four different career assessments on MyPlan.com: interest, personality, values, and skills. The values assessment is free, and I’ve found it to be very accurate. If you take all four tests, you can view your composite career rankings. MyPlan also has career satisfaction ratings, salary data, and tons of other useful information.
This website is designed to find programs and a career that is right for you. You can then find the colleges that offer your chosen programs and link directly to admissions and financial aid web pages.
This website contains resources, tips and tools to build a stronger Texas workforce.
This is a free and interactive career profile database. Research thousands of real careers through the eyes of the people who work them.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics provides free information to students and teachers about high-growth, in-demand occupations, including math, science, law, managing money, nature and computers, to name a few.