Courses in these areas of study lead to possible careers in mental health, counseling, family services, education, law enforcement, research, marketing, human resources, management, rehabilitation, anthropology, psychology, sociology, social work, and other human services.
UVU's Career Development Center provides the following services at no cost to students, graduates and alumni:
"e-Recruiting," Networking Guidance ,Campus Recruiting Visits, Labor Market/Salary Information, Information on Employers, Free Job Search Publications, Career Resource Room., UVU Career Library Resources Information, Access to Workforce Services, Other Services
Additional services are available to employers.
The America's Job Bank computerized network allows job seekers to search through a database of over one million jobs nationwide, create and post a resume online, and set up an automated job search. For employers it provides rapid, national exposure for job openings.
Online database full of resources for the state of Utah including - job search engines, lists of services, business and employer resources, child care services, resume building resources and much more!
The Government's premier career reference book on occupations and tomorrow's job market.
For more than 50 years, this versatile volume has proven useful to both career counselors,
students, and other job seekers. Completely revised every 2 years, the Occupational
Outlook Handbook is a comprehensive, up-to-date, and reliable source of career information.
Useful for looking up information on particular occupations, or just browsing through
possible careers, the Handbook profiles over 250 occupations that in 1998 accounted
for over 120 million jobs: 6 out of every 7 jobs in the United States. For each career,
it describes work activities and environment, earnings, number of jobs and their location,
and types of education, training, and personal qualifications needed to have the best
prospects. BLS projections of employment to the year 2008 are used to assess what
kind of job opportunities future entrants to each occupation should encounter.