Architecture Careers is an interactive guide to careers in architecture designed to assist you in becoming an architect! It assists you in learning more about and understanding the process of becoming an architect: a) education, b) experience, and c) exam. More than a career resource, it provides resources such as interviews with working architects, links to valuable websites including architecture programs, a suggested reading list, and an opportunity to question Dr. Architecture, a self-proclaimed expert on the process of becoming an architect.
This site, maintained by the audio engineering society, has links to schools where a student may study audio engineering, internships, and a description of the career itself.
Extensive site from Furman University with links to pages in the many professions a student can enter with a degree in Biology.
This site offers comprehensive career information from the Botanical Society of America on careers in Botany.
This site is designed to help you find a satisfying job in the business world. Whether you're angling for a fast track investment banking job or a fulfilling non-profit career, you'll find what you're looking for here. Careers in Business brings you with the latest scoop on various business career areas including jobs, salaries, what people are saying and entry requirements.
This Site created by career services at Rutgers University addresses career options for many Rutgers University majors. Each profile summarizes the major and lists related occupations, typical employers, and examples of jobs obtained by recent and experienced Rutgers graduates.
This objective site put out by a professional organization describes job responsibilities, salary, and employment outlook for Court Reporters and Broadcast Captioners
Career information and lists of schools where students can prepare to be a dentist, dental hygienist, dental lab technician, or dental assistant.
See what it takes to become an FBI agent and why some posts are more dashing than others. At the Finance Division you'll pour over payroll rather than case bank robbers.
From the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, a list containing a representative sample of current job titles of former Foreign Language majors. Use this as an idea list, and remember that it represents some, but certainly not all, of the careers you might explore.