What Can I Do With a KWU Degree
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What can you do with your major? It depends.
Connecting a major to a career is a challenge for many students. You’re completing one of the most important steps right now — conducting research. Remember, your major does not always determine your career, college grads use their education in a wide variety of fields. In addition to the options listed, you should explore and learn about the wide range of career opportunities.
Use the links at the bottom of this page to learn more about occupations, help determine if positions are a good fit for you and what if any other requirements/education you may need.
Career Information Links:
Bureau of Labor Statistics/Ocupational Outlook Handbook:
- the training and education needed
- expected job prospects
- what workers do on the job
- working conditions
Career Videos: for a visual introduction to several hundred careers.
Top Cities for each Job: indicating which metro areas have the most jobs per capita.
Extensive Relocation Information: with comparative crime, demographic, and other stats on 20,000+ places.
Career Stories: providing career insights from real people working in the field.
College Search Tools: for students interested in continuing their education after graduation.
Find information about how to become hundreds of careers including education requirements, job descriptions, salary info, and future career paths.
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