Which Career is right for you?
Answer a few quick questions about your skills, abilities, work styles and interests, and we'll show you careers that might be a good fit according to data from the Occupational Information Network (O*NET)
Compare Careers to find the salary you're looking for
If you can't make up your mind on which career might be right for you, it can help to compare your top career choices, or compare your career with similar careers. Here's a clear way for you to look at the different pay you might make in one job versus another. You can also see which of your potential careers is expected to have a better job outlook in the coming years, how many positions are currently employed, and see the starting degree level needed for each.
|Career||Average Salary||Total Employment||Job Growth||Required Education|
|Graphic Designers||$54,680||217,810||3%||Bachelor's degree||X|
|Marketing Managers||$147,240||240,440||8.1%||Bachelor's degree||X|
|Medical Assistants||$34,540||673,660||22.6%||Postsecondary nondegree award||X|
|Registered Nurses||$75,510||2,951,960||12.1%||Bachelor's degree||X|
|Software Developers, Systems Software||$114,000||405,330||10.1%||Bachelor's degree||X|
Please note the data used is national data and the average salary, employment, and job growth figures may vary by state.
Explore Career Profiles
Each career profile features insight into the education you'll need to do the job, the typical duties you might expect and where you might work, as well as detailed salary and job outlook data. Once you've explored these details, you can continue on to enroll in a degree program that fits the career of your choice.