Careers by Occupation

Have you ever wondered what a Cost Estimator does? What about the average salary of a Cost Estimator in North Dakota? Or if there is even a demand in North Dakota? What does it take to be a Cost Estimator? How long do they have to go to school? Is it for me?  The Department of Labor also offers an Occupational Outlook handbook. Here you can search hundreds of jobs for training and education requirements, earnings, expected job prospects, working conditions, and what workers do on the job.


Careers  The North Dakota Department of Commerce offers an innovative program called Career Conversations. Professionals from across North Dakota are featured in short videos profiling their occupation, how they started their career and advice for youth in order to connect with students, parents, and educators interested in high-demand careers.

Job Service of North Dakota also offers Careers in North Dakota. A comprehensive publication that covers nearly everything you ever wanted to know about career opportunities in North Dakota including employment projections, wages, work activities, skills, and typical education/training requirements.

Careeronestop has a thorough library of occupation listings including national and state wages, level of education needed, knowledge and skill set required as well as a full collection of nationally collected career videos.

The North Dakota Career Resource Network Career Outlook magazine, created by the North Dakota Department of Career & Technical Education, helps you prepare yourself for college and identify potential careers.

Visit O*Net for a full list of Bright Outlook occupations. An in-depth look at everyday tasks, needed education, and working conditions helps students decide if they would be compatible with the jobs in a particular field.


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