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10 Ways to Connect Your Major to a Career

There are many online resources available to help you explore your major or career path. Below we have gathered a few that will be helpful as you explore.

1. Explore your interests: Take an assessment to generate new ideas about occupational paths connected to your major to explore. Stop by the Career Center or make an appointment.

2. What can I do with a major in ... : These pages are tailored to help students explore K-State majors and provide valuable information regarding job possibilities

3. K-State Employment Reports: Check out average salaries, job titles, and employers of recent K-State grads.

4. Majors to Careers: This website provides information on a broad selection of majors.

5. Web Resources by Career Field: Review job sites, directories, and professional organizations for relevant career options to consider based upon majors or career interest.

6. Advisor recommended resources: The Career Center has a collection of job-search websites that will help those seeking to secure a job.

7. Consider related fields: As you explore, consider similar fields.  Look at the employment reports and related websites for these fields to find additional ideas.  For example, if you are looking for job ideas with an undergraduate degree in Psychology, consider exploring the career paths of students in Family Studies and Human Services.

8. Books: Explore career-related books in the Career Center — available for checkout.

9. Handshake: All K-State students can access their Handshake account to search for jobs, find out about upcoming events, schedule interviews, access resources, and more. Make an appointment with your Career Center Advisor for assistance.

10. Research: Utilize career databases and resources in the Career Center for more information on careers

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook - Explore information about earnings, job outlook, and training requirements for hundreds of different types of jobs.
  • O*NET - Find occupational information and match your skills to job possibilities.
  • Career One Stop - This website is sponsored by the United States Department of Labor and has comprehensive and up-to-date information on careers and jobs.

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