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Career Resources Guide

Some recommended career resources are listed below:

Kansasworks.com
Job search, resume tools, and other resources.  Includes job postings across the state of Kansas.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
The U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook gives a complete listing of Occupations in the United States.  Searches are easy to do on this site and give thorough results.  Each occupation gives information on the nature of the work, working conditions, training or education required, earnings, related occupations, as well as sources and links for additional information.

www.jobhuntersbible.com
This site was created to be a supplement to the best selling book by Richard Bolles, “What Color is Your Parachute?”.  It gives information on where to find jobs, how to create an impressive resume’, provides interest tests and career advise, and what to do when you strike out in a job interview.

www.myroad.com
My Road is a great resource for students who are undecided on their major as well as those who need information on colleges and universities.  Visitors to this site can take an interest survey to help them decide on a career path, explore different college majors, choose a college based on your personal interests and needs, and research different careers.  Some of these items may be viewed without a membership to the site, others require a username and password.

www.careeroverview.com
Making informed career decisions can be a daunting and sometime near impossible task. CareerOverview.com is a non-commercial website dedicated to providing aspiring career professionals and students with relevant, reliable and up-to-date career and job information whereby helping them to make better, more information career choices.

www.theartcareerproject.com
This site is a resource for people who want a career in an artistic field. You’ll find a breakdown of nearly every type of art and career you can imagine, from the normal to the more obscure. Some of the art careers you’ll find here include graphic design, painting, jewelry design, golf course design, Foley art, and even found art! If you don’t see your passion on our site, contact us and we’ll add it.
 
In these art career pages, you’ll find tons of information. For each career, we try to provide a concise overview of each career, as well as a little information about what each type of artist does. We also try to give you information regarding where each type of artist works and how to get started. Since we know you probably don’t want to live out the starving artist cliché, we’ve even provided salary information for all of the different art careers.

Sigi Career Resources
Access to this career resource tool is available to current students. Students must log into Raven Access and a link to this resource is provided in the Advising Office section.