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    choosing a major



    what can i do with this major

    what can i do with this major

    For each major that interests you, choose "Information" to find an outline of common career areas, typical employers, and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. Choose "Links" to find a list of websites that provide information about listed majors and related careers.

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    steps for planning your career

    steps for planning your career

    Planning your career now and in the future really comes down to three steps. By following these steps, you can make decisions that are right for you.

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    utilizing career services at your college

    utilizing career services at your college

    Are you still "undecided" and have no clue as to what you want to major in? Are you delaying your job search even though you graduate this year? If you answered yes to either of these questions, then you need the assistance of your college's Career Services department.

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    it's ok to be undeclared

    it's ok to be undeclared

    Being undeclared gives you the opportunity to explore different topics, ideas, and professions. It allows you time to research majors and then pick the one that is right for you.

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    matching skills to work

    matching skills to work

    The Job Outlook report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers shows that the ideal candidate is well-rounded with a strong work ethic and solid communication skills, which includes written and verbal communication.

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    five hot college majors

    five hot college majors

    Are you wondering which major is really going to help you secure a job after graduation? According to the Job Outlook survey, the following are the top 5 most in-demand college majors.

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    career planning: start early

    career planning: start early

    Career planning is a process that should begin in 8th or 9th grade. By starting the process early, you will have ample time to research a variety of career opportunities and learn about your likes and dislikes as you grow and experience new ideas. However, you should keep in mind that it's never too late to start career planning even if you are already in college.

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    shortage of professions

    shortage of professions

    For those of you who are still undecided about the career path you want to choose or for those of you who are interested in changing majors/careers, you may want to consider careers that are in high demand due to a shortage of trained employees.

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    math and science required for fastest growing careers

    math and science required for fastest growing careers

    The fastest growing careers of the next decade require math and science proficiency. Some of the fastest growing fields include network systems and data communications analysts, home healthcare providers, computer software engineers, medical assistants, veterinarians, and financial analysts.

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    don't wait until college to try career counseling

    don't wait until college to try career counseling

    Are you skipping the counseling office's career planning programs? Apparently a number of students across the country aren't taking advantage of all that their high school counseling offices provide.

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