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Career Exploration

What is Career Exploration?

Career Exploration is the process of...

1. Learning about yourself and the world of work,

2. Identifying and exploring potentially satisfying occupations, and

3. Developing an effective strategy to realize your goals.

The Business Career Center has the tools and resources to help you with...

Career Assessment

Cover Letters

Student Cover Letter Guide

Resume Builder

Social Media in your Job Search


Informational Interviewing

Business Etiquette

Financial Literacy

Dress for Succes

Useful Readings at Your Finger Tips

10 Steps you should take before leaving a job

What to wear for interviews based on the company

25 Cities Where Your Pay Goes Furthest

Glassdoor popular job searches

Search Over 10 Million Jobs and Get an Inside Look at Companies

California Career Zone

California Careers


Helpful Sites at your Fingertips

Dice is the leading site for tech job seekers

You can search by company, job title, skill, keyword, company, employment type, and location. Registered users can upload a resume, get salary information, store resumes and cover letters, and track jobs. You'll also find career advice and tech news for job seekers.


The Nation's #1 Education Job Board Public education job search website. Teaching and other education job openings. Classified and certified job oppeings. 


As the world's #1 job site, with over 180 million unique visitors every month from over 50 different countries, Indeed has become the catalyst for putting the world to work. ...Indeed helps companies of all sizes hire the best talent and offers the best opportunity for job seekers


Career Builder

Registration is free of charge and allows a job seeker to store a resume online without posting it in the database.



GrooveJob specializes in seasonal, part-time, and hourly jobs. Users must complete the free registration which includes a resume in order to apply for any listings found here. is one of the most recognized names in the online job search community. It offers an impressive variety of job and career resources for everyone



NationJob features an impressive collection of job openings, company information, and a variety of ways to search the database


An official website of the United States Government​

Create an account to get started — build your profile, create or upload resumes and apply for jobs. is operated by the Direct Employers Association, a nonprofit consortium of leading U.S. corporations, in alliance with the National Association of State Workforce Agencies.


Simply Hired

Simply Hired operates one of the world’s largest job search engines, and connects job seekers and employers through its powerful search engine platform which aggregates jobs from newspapers, employer websites, and job boards. The site provides access to millions of job openings across all job categories and industries, reaching job seekers on the web, social networks, mobile devices, email, and through its exclusive network of thousands of partner sites.


Glassdoor finds all jobs at all companies, so you can search them all in one place ... With Glassdoor's salary data, you'll know the job's salary before you apply.


Labor Market Information State by State

The Riley Guide includes links to state-sponsored sites containing labor market information on employment, wages, industries, and other factors affecting the world of work

Occupational data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

This site giving users an accessible and understandable view of occupational employment projections from 2008 to 2018.e presents a specific page containing tables, analyzes, articles, and more. The section of “Data Tables,” displays quick links to data charts which illustrate fastest growing occupations, occupations showing largest employment growth, job decline, etc. The Bureau of labor Statistics has a wealth of accumulated data which can be confusing to users who attempt to view it on their own.