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Best Websites to Explore Careers

Last updated September 24, 2023

Best Job Websites to Explore Careers

If you’re interested in exploring career opportunities, there are many great, free resources available online! We compiled a list of the best websites that help job seekers explore potential jobs and career paths. Not only do these websites give insight into what working in these careers is actually like, they also break down expected pay, job prospects in your state, what education you need to work in these jobs, and more! Here are some of the best websites to explore careers.

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The Way: Career Stories to Find Your Way

Start your career exploration journey with Get Schooled by checking out our video series, The Way. You'll find more than 40 videos from professionals in different industries sharing the stories of how they discovered and began working in their careers. Check out the preview video below and visit the entire library of content to explore industries that interest you!


Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, CareerOneStop is a great place to start your career exploration. They have tons of free job-readiness resources, like resume and cover letter support, job search, a tool to find job training opportunities in your area, and more.

When you search for a specific job on the site, you will find a job description, a video sample of what is typically done on the job, projected employment for your state, typical wages, and what kind of education is necessary to work that job.

Not sure what careers you’re interested in quite yet? CareerOneStop has an interest assessment that asks you 30 questions about what you do and don’t like to do. At the end of the assessment, you will receive a list of occupations that match your interests. You can also see a breakdown of your interest areas, which can be broken down into: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional.

CareerOneStop also offers a skills matcher assessment with 40 questions about your skill level in a particular task. At the end of this assessment, you will get a list of occupations that best fit your skill level.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

The Occupational Outlook Handbook created by The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) gives job seekers an accurate look at the careers they’re interested in. When using the Occupational Outlook Handbook, you can explore specific occupations by salary, entry-level education, on-the-job training, and more to find jobs that interest you and match your career goals. This website is also available as an app to help you explore careers on the go!


Gladeo is a free “virtual career day” website that helps young people discover and learn about new career paths. Gladeo offers a free quiz to learn what personality strengths you have and discover careers that might be a good fit for you. Check out their library of video spotlights and interviews to learn from professionals in a variety of industries, and browse their career profiles to learn about jobs in industries such as art and design, computer and information technology, environment, healthcare, and much more!

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