Use the search function at the top of the page. Type a career
title into the box on the upper right hand side of the page.
Use the alphabetical listing (A-Z) Index at the top of the page.
Use the occupational clusters (Managements, Professional Technical,
Sales, etc) listed on the left hand navigation bar. This option
is a good one way to find job titles related to your career for
*This site has good, comprehensive information for common job titles.
It is also a good source for finding professional associations.
Research Hint: once you have narrowed to a few possible
careers, write to a relevant professional association for in-depth
Step 10Look at
the alphabetical listing for your career or one that is closely related
to your career.
Step 11View the
short video about your career.
one new thing you learned about your career from this video.
print or save a copy of your answers:
a word processing or text editing program
all information within the results window. One way to do
this is to put your cursor at the beginning of the text, depress
the left mouse button, and drag the highlighting to the end of
the text area. Release the mouse button. All text
should be highlighted. Note: If you cannot find your answers,
look at the bottom of your browser window and select the results
this information by selecting the Control button on your keyboard,
then select the letter C
to the previously opened word processing or text editing document.
Look for it at the bottom of your browser window and click on
the button to maximize that document.
Place your cursor
in the upper left corner of the page.
your questions and answers onto the empty document by selecting
the Control button on your keyboard, then select the letter
answers are now ready for printing or saving by either selecting
file then print or selecting file then save as.