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Business Resources: Career & Professional Development Resources

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This page highlights useful resources for career research, professional development, job hunting, and more. For one-on-one guidance, contact Meg Underwood, Director of Professional Development & Outreach for the Doermer School of Business, at or Tom Utnage, Career Liaison for the Doermer School of Business, at

Career Paths and Employment Outlook

Use the following resources to investigate potential career paths and find the right option for you. These tools provide occupational profiles, required education and training, job outlook statistics, and earnings data. 

Career Readiness

Resumes and Cover Letters

Use the following resources. along with guidance from PFW's Career Development Center. to develop resumes and cover letters that get noticed by employers.

Job Sites

While Indeed, Monster, Google Jobs, and ZipRecruiter are great sites to look for job postings, there are many subject- and location-specific job boards that feature openings not included on these larger job sites. Try some of the following resources when job hunting:

Employer Reviews and Cost of Living Calculator

Professional Associations

In addition to maintaining an active LinkedIn profile, professional associations are a great way to connect with other professionals in your industry and stay up-to-date on the changes and developments in your field. Membership to a professional association will typically include access to educational resources, networking events, and leadership opportunities. Many associations also feature job boards where job seekers can find and apply for open positions in the field.