There are many resources available to help you start or advance your career.

The Career Center YouTube playlist shares advice and tips for finding jobs and surviving interviews.

The University's Career Center is a great place to get started. The center provides information on employment opportunities, assists with job skill development including interviewing and resume writing, sponsors jobs fairs, and much more!

There are plenty of other websites that can help you with your career search. Start with one of these:

You can research your job prospects through the Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook. Revised every two years, it describes working conditions, training and education needed, and expected earnings and job prospects.