The Ohio State University Career Navigator, hosted by University Career Services Committee (UCSC). This site is designed to steer you in the right direction for your career services needs. As one of America's largest and finest public research universities, Ohio State is committed to students' discovery of their passions, development of their skills and attainment of career-related, experiences in preparation for becoming contributing citizens of the world.
Parents & Family Resources
For many students, parents and family member have an influence on their career development. For a guide and helpful tips, visit Career Resources for Parents courtesy of Career Connections, OSU Columbus.
Career Research & Planning on The Princeton Review
Information on everything from career exploring to graduate & professional schools to job search.
College Board: Career Browser
Major & Career Profiles
Where the Jobs Are: Mission Critical Federal Job Opportunities for America
The jobs listed in this report constitute the bulk of our federal government's hiring needs. These jobs cover almost every occupational field, will be available across the country and all of them advance the interests of the American people. This report confirms that no matter what your area of expertise, or where you live, if you are looking for a job where you can develop your professional skills and make a difference in the lives of others, the federal government has a job for you.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook
Occupational profiles (definitions, job descriptions , educational requirements, salary information) plus much more.
An introduction to online job search resources including resume and cover letters, networking, salary guides plus much more.
Career Connection Resources and suggestions for academic and career exploration.
SIGI3 - Select a major to discover possible occupations….entry and graduate level.
OSU Web Sites with more information on majors: