Schools.com uses trusted sources — like the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Education Statistics and reports from accredited schools themselves — to power resources you can use to plan your college and career trajectory.
You’ll find articles that highlight top schools in different fields and information on how degree programs align with career paths — all designed to help you make informed decisions about your future.
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career matchesDive into an interactive career path finder that uses data from the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network (O*NET), to help you find the right career based off your strengths and skills.
different careersSome jobs might be better than others in terms of how much you can make and how many jobs are expected to be available in the coming years. Find out where you career choice stands.
career snapshotsIt can help to see everything you need to know about a job in one place: what to expect on the job, steps to become a professional, salary info and even links to enroll in a program that can get you there.