Merced County Office of Education

Research Careers

​Research Careers

Curious about careers? These resources will provide you with a wealth of career information, from education requirements to average pay to typical work environment!

  •  CareerOneStop
    • Students, parents, and career advisors can explore career and education options. Sponsored by the US Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.​
  • College Internships and Employment​
    • ​Practical help to find, choose and make the most of college internships. 
  • Green 360 Career Catalyst
    • Choose Your Career Path & Fund Your Future. This site is where you get to discover your interests and passions, explore training and college pathways, and fund your education and training. ​
  • Job Offer Advice
    • This site contains information about how the workplace operates, how to evaluate and compare job offers, how to negotiate a higher salary, and how to ultimately accept or decline a position.
  • Learn How to Become
    • Find your career. Find your future.
  • U.S. Small Business Administration
    • Can't decide on a career? Why not start your own? Get information about starting and managing your own small business!
  • CNN Money: Best Jobs in America
    • Using Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts for 7,000 titles, MONEY and compensation experts identified jobs requiring a bachelor's degree that have strong growth prospects, and eliminated any with fewer than 10,000 positions nationwide, plus those requiring advanced degrees that take more than three years.