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The Career Center

Explore Careers & Occupations

Choosing a major is often one of the first career decisions you will encounter as you move through the career development process. Knowing about your career and occupational options is the first step to making an informed career decision. The career information on this page will connect you to information about occupations that match your major, including salary, wages, and employment trends, and additional steps you can take to begin your roadmap to career success.


What occupations are related to my major?

The options for each of the majors listed are designed to get you thinking about occupations related to a particular field of study. Remember— these options are certainly not all of the occupations you might consider.


Where can I find salary information?

The Occupational OutLOOK Handbook provides comprehensive occupational information, including median pay, job outlook, employment change, and more.

O*NET Online has detailed descriptions of wages/employment trends and links to specific state and national wage information.


What steps can I take to be successful in my career?

Use the Road Map as a guide to plan goals and activities that enrich and propel your career development throughout your experience at FSU and beyond. Learn about suggested academic milestones and the related career steps across the stages of your time as a student at FSU.


Where could I learn more?

Visit The Career Center to learn about the services and resources available to you through the FSU Career Center. Drop-in career advising is Monday – Friday from 9am-4:30pm in the first floor of the Dunlap Success Center. Call 850-644-6431 for more information.