The Paleontological Research Institution describes what paleontologists study and tells the sad truth: good jobs are almost as scarce as T- rex skeletons.
This site from Purdue University, has information about how to become a pharmacist as well as career options in the pharmacy field.
Site sponsored by the American Academy of Physician Assistants professional organization has links to training programs by state and information about what the career involves and certification.
Careers for psychology majors as well as graduate level careers written by Dr. Margaret Lloyd of Georgia Southern University.
Discover how to explore this field from the site of the American Society of Travel Agents. If you need to find a travel school, visit the online member directory and select "Travel Schools" as the business type. You can narrow your search by location.
Extensive site from the University of North Texas links careers to the majors available on campus. Includes very good descriptions regarding the careers highlighted
Site sponsored by the American Veterinary Medical Association lists all the veterinary colleges in the United States by state. The site also has a similar page that lists Veterinary Technician training programs.
Traditionally, men have outnumbered women in computer science and engineering, but that trend has been changing. Increasingly, women are becoming successful computer scientists and engineers, reaping the career benefits, and telling their stories. This site links you to the stories of successful women in the field.
Comprehensive list of writing related careers linked to brief descriptions of these careers.
Site sponsored by Seaworld and Busch Gardens discusses what it's like to work with animals at their parks as well as zoo careers in general.
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