Tools for Exploration – Employment Trends

Hello Bison Herd,  

I am back again to discuss some more exploration tools that you can use to identify potential majors and careers. Last time we talked about CareerExplorer which is an inventory assessment tool that looks at your …

By Sawyer Teicher
Sawyer Teicher Career Mentor
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So You Made it to College, Now What?

You got the acceptance letter in the mail, and you are excited for this next chapter of your life, but have you thought about what happens after college? There are so many things you can do as a student to …

By Elizabeth Beckstrom
Elizabeth Beckstrom Career Mentor
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#NDSUintern Spotlight: Aidan Gasser

Major: Mechanical Engineering

Company: nVent Hoffman

Internship Title: Manufacturing Operations Engineer

Location of Internship: Anoka, MN

Why did you choose the company that you work for?

I chose this company because it is very close to my home where I …

By Rachana Wright
Rachana Wright Graduate Assistant - Internship Program
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Career Resources

What Can I Do With This Major?

Whether you like your major and want to consider possible career paths that might align or you are considering pursuing …


Perhaps students are simply unaware of the infinite number of employment opportunities or careers which the world has to offer?  …

Career and Advising

If you would like a presentation about Focus 2 Career for your department or class please fill …

Criminal Justice
Elementary Education
Emergency Management
Human Development and Family Science
Political Science
Public History
Secondary Education (Various …

Agricultural Communication
Apparel, Retail Merchandising & Design
Environmental Design
Interior Design
Strategic …

Biological Sciences
Exercise Science
Human Development and Family Science
Medical Laboratory Science
Radiologic Sciences
Respiratory …

Employment TrendsIn partnership withLightcast logo

Explore occupations by career categories and pathways and use real time labor market data to power your decision making.

First, choose an industry of interest, then filter for occupation. (If you'd like to see data for a specific location only, filter by state.)