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Cindy Morrin, Counseling Coordinator
Room A-221
Office Hours: Mon 8:00-6:00, Tues-Thurs 8:00-5:00, Fri 9:00-1:00
Phone: 619-660-4436


Career Search Resources

Browe through a variety of online FREE resources for your Career Research and choosing a major and career choice. Stop by the Career Center for password protected resources to help you choosing a major and selecting a career.

California Career Zone

Here to Career Mobile App


A good source of information on career outlook and salary. It is useful for your career research paper. Click on "Keyword Search" which brings up a list of specific occupations. Click on the occupation you are interested in and you will find a description of the career, educational requirements, salary and outlook. Figures on salary and outlook are national figures. (The San Diego area tends to be a little higher.)

One of the best up-to-date references on occupational outlook and new careers. It is published by the US Government Bureau of Labor Statistics.

This site has California information which is more accurate for San Diego and is a great resource for your career research paper.

The California Occupational Guide describes careers, working conditions, California employment outlook, training required, salary and addresses for more information on the career.

This is not a government-run site but it does have the information about federal jobs and internships that are currently available.


Resume Writer, Skills Profiler, Certification Finder, Job Description Writer and Career Resource Library with 5000 links to career resources. The Career Resource Library has sections on employment trends, general career sites, search engine career pages and work and life issues.

Recent college graduates get help with career development and job search. It has updated information on employment trends and provides information on employers who are hiring college graduates. This site is useful for career planning and interviewing.

Find wage and employment trends, occupational requirements, state-by-state labor market conditions, millions of employer contacts nationwide, and an extensive career resource library online.

There is an outstanding collection of Career Videos grouped by career cluster, with over 300 videos in Spanish. When you are looking at the occupation names, be sure and scroll down to see the full list.

Self-assessment, a career matching assistant and a comprehensive list of careers and requirements.

Visit the Career Explorer section to find careers matching artistic, conventional, enterprising, investigative, realistic and social careers. It is a good idea to visit this site after you have completed the Strong Interest Inventory. Find a comprehensive list of careers and the fastest growing careers in California.

Select "Browse Career Profiles" to find out about a typical day in the life of someone in your chosen occupation. Educational requirements and related careers are included. I especially like the section on quality of life in the occupation after 2, 5, and ten years. You may also be interested in the section on salary after 5 or 10 years in the occupation.

This website belongs to Dick Bolles, author of a frequently used career book titled, "What Color is your Parachute". It contains career assessment, how to use the Internet for job search, how to post your resume online, information on salaries and job openings.



Find out what salary you will earn in your chosen occupation. The salary wizard calculates your salary based on geographical area. Links to job boards are included.

How much will you earn in your career in 2025? The Economic Research Institute projects your future earnings


Practice taking a variety of sample employment screening tests for free.

Stop by the Career Center for additional testing and assessments.


Statistics say we will probably change directions in our careers three to five times in our life. Your major is a starting point for any career that you may pursue.

This is a guide to choosing a major and weblinks to help you through the process.

What can I do with this Major?

When you are researching possible majors, It is helpful to see a list of jobs that are associated with each.

Searchable Career Database

The Sate of California has a searchable Occupational Guide. Be sure and enter "San Diego County" in the drop down menu for the most accurate information. The site contains:

  • Job description and requirements
  • Wages and benefits
  • Job outlook
  • Education and training requirements

For more detailed Occupation Profiles with data for the county you enter:

See the Resource page for additional Occupational research sites.


These are free services available to students, alumni and the general public.

Last Updated: 08/21/2017


Cindy Morrin, Counseling Coordinator
Room A-221
Office Hours: Mon 8:00-6:00, Tues-Thurs 8:00-5:00, Fri 9:00-1:00
Phone: 619-660-4436

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