Career Resources

As you pursue your promising future, the resources below will help you investigate careers (and majors) that are a good fit. When you’re ready, you can visit the Office of Professional and Career Development to create an individualized career plan.

Personal Assessment

CareerOneStop: Skills to career matcher

Claim your future: Financial planning program

MyPlan: Offers a free values sorter with related jobs

Clifton Strengths Finder coaching is available for free to all Thomas students. Please see Professional and Career Development for more information.

Career Exploration Resources Quick overviews of many careers sorted by industry and major

CareerOneStop: Explore careers, training, and more

Careerspots: Videos from career exploration to application preparation

Maine Department of Labor: Links to resources for Job Seekers in Maine

My Next Move: Use this to explore careers related to your interests

O*NET Online: Research careers, employment outlooks, earnings and more. US Dept. of Labor-affiliated site.

Financial Career Exploration

Financial Career Zone: Targeted to Finance industry careers such as accounting & banking

Explore Salary

Glassdoor: Salary tools, company reviews and more Use the free salary tool to determine wages for job titles by Zip code

Résumé Builder Resume building tool

Licensing and Registration Information

Maine Office of Licensing and Registration: Answers to questions about licensing for many fields, including:

Search Graduate Programs

The Graduate Guide: Search for a graduate program and explore options

Thomas College Graduate Division: Continue your education at Thomas

Business News, Market Statistics, and Other Topics

Center for Workforce Research and Information: Labor Market information for Maine Information about financing your education

Maine Biz: Business news for industries across the State of Maine

Maine Development Foundation: Economic and business development news

Occupational Outlook Handbook: Research careers, employment outlooks, earnings and more. US Dept. of Labor-affiliated site.

Videos, Articles, and Tips for Applicants

CareerOneStop: Videos about different careers, as well as skills and abilities

Careerspots: Videos from career exploration to application preparation

Career Tipster: A collection of articles on a variety of career and job search topics

Occupational Outlook Quarterly: Quarterly e-magazine from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics featuring diverse career information and news

Disability Resources

Disability resources from US Dept. of Labor: Employability resources and guides for disabled students/workers Career Guide for People With Disabilities