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Many people use “job” and “career” interchangeably. While true that each involves working and a wage, a career goes well beyond a paycheck. It’s the teacher who lesson plans at 7am for twenty-five rowdy second graders. It’s the nurse who spends time with the disabled veteran on her ward 30 minutes after she’s clocked out. It’s the social worker who makes sure the kids in her care have a warm meal and clean clothes at Christmas time. A career is commitment, a career is hard work, a career is passion. Are you ready to find yours?

Dreaming of becoming a Hollywood actor or a famous novelist? Always loved photography, cooking, or design, but want to know how to turn that into a career? We have tips on how to turn your passions into a reality.

If a job dealing with money appeals to you, we can help you learn how to become an accountant, financial advisor, stock broker, and more.

Careers in computer science are increasingly in-demand as technology continues to dominate business, entertainment and our personal lives. Learn where to start your path to a successful tech career.

Educators shape the minds of future generations. We have guides on how to become a teacher, counselor, tutor and librarian.

Opportunities for engineers continue to grow for those with the right education and training. Learn how you can enter one of these engineering disciplines.

Interested in pursuing many years of education to become a high-paid doctor or dentist? Want to channel your desire to help others into a career as a medical assistant, pharmacist or paramedic? We have the tools to show you how.

Psychologists, psychiatrists and therapists help clients work through a variety of personal issues. The mental health industry is blossoming, and our guides can show you how to get in on these careers.

Want to be on the front line of patient care? Becoming a nurse may be the perfect choice. Positions are available at nearly every educational level and come in a variety of specializations. See which one is right for you.

Nutritionists, personal trainers, and physical therapists help properly fuel, condition, and repair their clients’ bodies, improving their current well-being and long term health.

Whether a cop, paralegal, social worker, detective, fire fighter, lawyer, or correctional officer, people in these career fields are helping create a better, and safer, future.

Careers in science and technology are constantly evolving, with each day bringing new challenges. See what it takes to become a professional in the following fields.

Careers as electricians, mechanics, and contractors will always be in demand. What’s more, these are careers that students can often enter straight out of community college or undergrad.

Get Hired Toolkit

Learn How to Become wants you to succeed. Each career guide provides career seekers with in-depth data and information curated by experts in their fields. Learn how to nail an interview, find the perfect job, become a manager, transition to a new career and more.

Career Resources

The best career is the one that makes you smile every day. Whether your passion lies in saving the environment, working with animals or spending time in the great outdoors, our guides can help you pursue a career that matches your interests and skills.

Other Resources

In addition to our guide, the following include some of the top career guide resources from across the Web:

  • American Job Center has career guides as well as job search tools, information for veterans, and more.
  • UC Berkeley’s Career Center offers a free, downloadable PDF guide to preparing for the job search, finding an internship, developing a resume, making a career transition, and more.
  • Harvard’s Office of Career Services has an interactive guide to different types of careers, which also includes tips for “getting started” with internships as well as job opportunities abroad. Though some of their information is specific for Harvard students, much of it is helpful for anyone looking to get started on one of the career paths included on their site.
  • USAJOBS helps those interested in government jobs find openings.
  • Accredited Schools: Online Colleges Guide helps prospective students find and compare thousands of schools by degree type, location, tuition and other factors.