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The Career Cornerstone Center profiles  many industries.  In some cases, individuals decide first in which industry they envision themselves working, and then choose a career path and degree to study.

Those with degrees in science, technology, engineering, mathematics, computing, and healthcare can work in just about any industry.  Those with expertise in these fields can find career paths in unexpected areas, such as consulting, advertising, or book publishing. 

The following industries are those most likely to employ individuals with degrees profiled on the Career Cornerstone Center. Select an industry below for more details.  Please bear in mind that market fluctuations and the economy may alter the accuracy of these industry snapshots.

Advocacy, Grantmaking, and Civic Organizations
Aerospace Product/Parts Manufacturing
Agriculture
Automobiles/Transportation
Banking
Chemical Manufacturing
Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing
Computer Systems Design and Related Services
Construction
Consulting Services
Educational Services
Food Manufacturing
Government (Federal)
Government (State/Local)
Healthcare
Insurance
Machinery Manufacturing
Mining
Motor Vehicle/Parts Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical/Medicine Manufacturing
Power
Scientific Research/Development Services
Securities, Commodities, and Other Investments
Software Publishing
Steel Manufacturing
Telecommunications
Utilities

Note: Some resources in this section are provided by the US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
 


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