Introduction

Find a Career

Get the stats on everything from job growth to job requirements for thousands of rewarding and exciting careers.

Get Into College

Use these tools and stats to figure out which 2- or 4-year college or trade school you'd like to attend and what it takes to get there.

Use these tools and stats to figure out which 2- or 4-year college or trade school you'd like to attend and what it takes to get there.

Explore the Military

Get the facts about the benefits and requirements of service - with careers and programs spanning the five military branches.

 

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Produced by the Department of Defense with data from the departments of Commerce, Education and Labor.

Career

Whether you're looking for a rewarding career or just a way to pay the bills, we've got the tools, tips and resources to help you find (and score) that dream job.

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College

There's more to college than mascots and dining halls. Here you'll find info on everything from choosing a four-year, two-year or trade school education to applying and paying for tuition.

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Military

Whether you feel called to serve or just curious, here you'll find the facts, figures and tools to help you make an informed decision about joining the Military and one of its five major branches: Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard.

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Types of Military Service

There are many ways to serve your country in the Military, many of them not involving combat. In fact, about 85 percent of today’s enlisted military jobs are non-combat. Such positions support the fighting forces, aid in disaster relief, construct infrastructure, provide medical care and legal help and much more. Essentially, any job you can find in a major city, you can find in the U.S. Military.