From their website: "AfterCollege is the largest career network for college students and recent graduates. We are working to eliminate unemployment among college students and recent grads by helping students explore jobs and internships based on answers to 3 easy questions: what did you study, where, and when do you graduate."
All kinds of information on managing careers, industry hiring trends, and employment trends in various states. You can find out which jobs require credentials, salaries by zip code, scholarships, and much more.
Learning center are on the left side of the page. Job Search & Workplace Skills and Jobs & Careers offer exercises, skill-building courses, and information resources on finding a career, writing resumes, interviews, and success on the job.
Profiles of hundreds of occupations with information about what they do, what you need to do to be one, pay rates, employment trends, and much more. This is one of the most comprehensive career resources available.
From their website: "OpportunityKnocks is a national online job board, HR resource, and career development destination focused exclusively on the nonprofit community. We are committed to leading and supporting efforts that help further nonprofit careers and to promoting a robust workforce that enables organizations to fulfill their missions."
From the University of North Carolina, Wilmington, this resource tries to answer questions about what kinds of careers people with particular majors can have. Covers arts and sciences, but not engineering majors.
Not only does this give national and local salary information by career, but there is also information on career development and work and life, which includes information on cost of living in various areas of the country.