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Office of Science Education: LifeWorks: Explore Health and Medical Science Careers

The National Institutes of Health Office of Science Education presents LifeWorks, an online guide to exploring careers in the health and medical sciences. LifeWorks offers a number of features such as Career Finder -- a searchable database of over 100 career descriptions. Details include required education and average salary. The site also features interviews with people working in the health and...
Khan Academy: Career Profiles

Khan Academy is well known for its instructional videos in mathematics and science. Recently, the organization also launched this video series about careers as part of its College, Careers, and More section. This series, which is designed for both students who are exploring their first career as well as for those who are considering a career change, features interviews with a wide variety of...
The Muse

The Muse is a free job hunting service. But it's also much more than that. Since its inception in 2012, the Muse has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Mashable, CNN, Bloomberg Television, PBS, and other media outlets. What makes the Muse fresh and interesting? On the website, readers can browse over 2,500 open jobs at companies like Facebook, Zappos, Petplus, and many others. However, the...
Mid-State Technical College: Career Coach

For educators, counselors, parents, and students, Mid-State Technical College's Career Coach provides a welcome resource. Designed to help high school and college students clarify their future educational and career goals, the two-minute testimonial video is a great place to start and helps explain how Career Coach works. From there, the site can be explored in four simple ways: job hunters can...