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What are your education and career options?

With at least two-thirds of all new jobs requiring a college degree or training beyond high school, it’s more important than ever that you understand your options. And with tuition costs rising, you should explore careers and know what you want to study before you enter college.

Degree options and types of colleges
Read about Indiana high school diplomas, types of college degrees and other options after high school, such as the military or apprenticeships. You can also learn about different types of colleges.

Your skills and interests
Take a career interest inventory to see which careers are a good fit for you, or read about our other resources to match careers to your skills and interests.

Explore careers
What does a graphic designer do all day long? How about a nurse, farmer or veterinarian? Search careers with the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ career exploration tools (for grades 4-12).

If you’re in high school, you may want to dig deeper with the Occupational Outlook Handbook. This online resource lets you research up-to-date career profiles. Learn about the training and education needed, earnings, current job prospects, what workers do on the job and work conditions.

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