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Career exploration websites that briefly describe a variety of careers can be useful and you'll also need to consult in-depth resources such as books and professional associations.
Career exploration - all careers, brief profiles:
- Search O*Net for information about specific occupations or enter your skills and see a list of careers that fit.
- MyPlan Career Exploration Database - job descriptions, skills & abilities, more!
- The Occupational Outlook Handbook - the ultimate career profile resource.
- Career OneStop - find salaries, browse occupations, more.
- Riley Guide Career Research Center - salaries, growth, more.
- The Career Development Center created the revolutionary, new online IU Career Guides - 24 career interest areas including: Counseling, Helping, and Social Services; Education; Entertainment and Sports; Healthcare; Human Resources and Training; Law; Life Science; Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations; Nonprofit, Philanthropy, and Fundraising; Business, Finance, and Management; Sales; Social Science; Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Planning; and more!
- Professional associations and publications are often the best sources of information about the current state of any field or industry, possible career paths and qualifications. Explore Professional Societies of Interest to Psychology & Neuroscience Majors.
- The Psychology & Neuroscience Advising Resource Library has an excellent collection of books about careers for psychology majors; careers in specialized fields of psychology (such as clinical/counseling, forensic, industrial/organizational); and other careers related to behavioral and mental health care.
- The Indiana University Library's Career Reference Collection exists to assist library users with their investigation of and training for education and career goals and search the IU Library Catalog (IUCAT) to learn about any career of interest to you.