Discover Which Career Is Right For You


of students change their major at least once during their collegiate career.


of college freshman enroll into post-secondary education without declaring a major.


academic programs to choose from at colleges and universities across the United States.

Our careers are among the defining features of our lives; we spend much of our time on the job, which means that in many ways the careers we choose actually shape our day-to-day experiences. Our salaries help us to experience more and enjoy more while we're not in the workplace. The best careers can bring additional value into our lives by providing rewarding work which helps us to make a difference for others, explore and develop our skills and interests, and forge meaningful relationships with our co-workers.

Our goal is simple: To empower you to choose the career path that is right for you.

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What Career Igniter Can Do For You

Each year, there are tens of thousands of students who graduate high school and enroll at a college or a university. Almost two-thirds of college freshman enroll without declaring a major. Four out of five students change their major at least once during their collegiate career.

Most students have an idea about which career path they want to pursue but have questions and want to learn more about the careers they are interested in.

Some of the questions may include:

With so many career options to choose from, it's easy for someone to get confused about which career path they should take.

Use Career Igniter and our career finder, an online question and answer resource, can help you discover the answer to questions that you may have.

We are a team of career professional that have created a website that allows you to help discover yourself. We provide in-depth information about career options that are available to students. We encourage you to use Career Igniter to browse, read, and learn about different careers available to help decide which career path is right for you. We publicly answer questions that students ask us about a particular career to help other students.