Here are some resources that will help you understand the relationship between college major and occupations:
What Can I Do With This Major is a website that will help you explore and connect majors to careers. Learn about the typical career areas and the types of employers that hire people with each major, as well as strategies to make you a more marketable candidate.
MU Department of Academic and Student Development
The Department of Academic and Student Development provides an integrated and effective academic advising program as well as resources and tools for students, faculty and staff.
Green Career Guide
BestColleges.com highlights several paths of study, job positions, and occupational outlooks at all degree levels.
MU Major Videos
The Major Views Videos will help you learn more about the many academic options at Millersville University.
University Alumni Network - Candid Career Information Videos
Browse thousands of career interview clips for information on a vast number of career industries and positions. Learn about job descriptions, how to prepare, the challenges and the best aspects of the position and advice for students seeking a career in the field.
The Lancaster Chamber of Commerce and Industry's career-exploration site that connects students with companies offering opportunities including internships, job shadowing, and classroom visits.
Learn about careers, find career information, and locate career resources and advice. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor: Employment and Training Administration, this site helps you identify jobs that are similar to your identified skills and abilities.
Educate to Career
Learn about occupational outcomes which are likely to be available when you graduate, This site provides reliable data which show the jobs and salaries of last years' graduating class by major from your college.
Inside Career Info
Created to help students and career-changers get a firsthand perspective on the jobs and careers that may be of interest to them. Learning from professionals with direct experience provides an additional dimension to researching occupations that is difficult to find elsewhere.
Detailed descriptions of the world of work, profiling 800+ occupations.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Published by the Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), this resource profiles hundreds of occupations, describes what they do, the work environment, and where to get additional information. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections for the 2010-2020 decade. (Occupational Outlook Handbook en Espanol)