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College Terms - Glossary. Budgets. COLLEGE. CAREERS. STF_Gr11-12_Lesson04.pdf. STF_Gr11-12_Lesson07.pdf. K-12 : Student Resources. Economy at a Glance Access economic information for metropolitan areas, states, and the nation as a whole.

K-12 : Student Resources

Grade level: 6-12 Maps Access maps displaying economic information, including data on monthly and annual employment and unemployment. Glossary Find definitions of BLS terms. Grade level: 4-12 Last Modified Date: April 4, 2014. Explore Occupations and Careers. College Navigator - National Center for Education Statistics. K-12 : Student Resources. Career Exploration What are you interested in?

K-12 : Student Resources

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5 Reasons to Be Flexible About Your Career Plans

That’s not necessarily the best approach. Though some people have well-focused career goals early in life, other’s don’t — and they still find their way to the right job. Staying flexible when it comes to thinking about your future may be the right choice for you. Here are five reasons why. People change. While a certain career may seem like a good fit for you now, think about how different you may be in five, ten or twenty years. The world changes. Webmasters didn’t exist a generation ago. There’s no one perfect career. When choosing a career, you’ll try to match your skills and interests with work in certain areas. You can only plan so far ahead. Did you ever hear someone say something like, "I fell into my career"? Satisfaction is key. Many people feel pulled to a job that's familiar, popular or profitable. Assess Yourself. Self-Assessments can help you know yourself better.

Assess Yourself

And knowing yourself better can help you choose a satisfying job or occupational field to explore. Choose one of the following three assessments to learn more about yourself. Quick Assessment Explore jobs that best match your personality. Are you realistic, investigative, artistic, social, enterprising, or conventional? Find out with this quick assessment. The Common Application: Common Questions for Applicants. Questia Celebrates Site Relaunch with Tips for Perfecting College Study Habits. Questia Releases Data on Effective Study Habits to Celebrate New Website With millions of college students returning to campus to begin another semester, Questia (, the premier online research and paper-writing tool for students, surveyed over 1,000 students and instructors on everything from study and research habits to relationship building with faculty.

Questia Celebrates Site Relaunch with Tips for Perfecting College Study Habits

This data, which can be found in their unique College Study Habits infographic, shows that students and professors are on the same page in some areas, but also highlights certain disconnects where students don’t dedicate quite as much time to their coursework as professors would hope. One result from the survey showed the majority of students choose their professor as their go-to source for both trustworthy academic advice as well as general college mentoring. But, do students actually take their advice on study and research? About Cengage Learning and Questia. Home. Transferable Skills Checklist.