There are many reference tools on the Web to help you find the best program, get financial aid or find a scholarship. This guide outlines some of the best. Look in the Colleges and Graduate Schools box for these topics.
You can also find many tools that help you explore careers and find jobs. Look in the Careers and Employment box for these topics.
The Center provides career counseling and testing for Boise State University students & alumni. Read about DISCOVER, a powerful tool for career exploration and development; it requires a password which can be obtained from a Center counselor.
Idaho Commerce & Labor online labor market publications are available here. The Local Employment Dynamics (LED) program available at this site [click Population/ Census, then LED County Reports (QWI)] provides quarterly county data on employment and wages in different industries by age and gender (1991- present). Users can customize reports.
Explore Careers, Salary + Benefits, Education + Training, Resumes + Interviews, Job Search and more at this website sponsored by the US Department of Labor. Also try their Career Resource Library-- the link is in the Career Tools box.
"Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations."