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scientific_typesBig Book of Jobs (Previously the Occupational Outlook Handbook) / the editors of VGM Career Books and the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Careers for Scientific Types & Others with Inquiring Minds by Jan Goldberg               

Green Career$: You Can Make Money and Save the Planet by Jennifer Power Scott  

Career Opportunities in Forensic Science by Susan Echaore-McDavid and Richard A. McDavid

Opportunities in Marine Science and Maritime Careers by Ray Heitzmann

Nanotechnologist (Cool Science Careers series) by Ann Heinrichs                              

This is Rocket Science: True Stories of The Risk-Taking Scientists Who Figure Out Ways to Explore Beyond Earth by Gloria Skurzynski                                                          


Game Development Essentials: An Introduction by Jeannie Novak

The Google Resume: How to Prepare for a Career and Land a Job at Apple, Microsoft, Google, or any Top Tech Company by Gayle Laakman McDowell  

Top 100 Computer And Technical Careers: Your Complete Guidebook to Major Jobs in Many Fields at All Training Levels by Michael Farr                           


Career Opportunities in Engineering by Richard A. McDavid, Susan Echaore-McDavid


Discovering Careers for Your Future: Math   

Great Jobs for Math Majors (on order)


Exploring Health Care Careers   

Extraordinary Jobs in Health and Science by Alecia T. Devantier & Carol A. Turkington          

health_careersHealth Care Job Explosion!: High Growth Health Care Careers and Job Locator by Dennis V. Damp.  

Opportunities in Biotechnology Careers by Sheldon S. Brown                                                       

Top 100 Health-Care Careers: Your Complete Guidebook to Training and Jobs in Allied Health, Nursing, Medicine, and More by Saul Wischnitzer and Edith Wischnitzer



DotDiva - DotDiva engourages young women with power and passion to make a difference to use computing to build a better world.

FabFems - The FabFems directory is a national database of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions who are inspiring role models for young women.  Through positive role model interaction and increased interest in collaborative STEM projects, the FabFems Project intends to broaden the participation of females in the STEM pipeline and to increase the retention of female professionals in STEM fields and careers.

National Girls Collaborative Project for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

STEM Careers Awareness and Choices
The Baltimore County Public Schools have put together this portal to sites on STEM careers, payscales, career assessments and more

Science Buddies: Explore Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)

STEM Careers: O*NET Descriptions by Careers

Why STEM careers are Important for People with Disabilities

Women in STEM: A Gender Gap to Innovation

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