Majors & Careers
Here’s a good rule of thumb as you dig into majors and careers: your major isn’t necessarily a straight path to a specific career. Meaning: there are just as many Rider graduates who find careers outside their major as those whose major segues into a related career. Whatever major or career path you choose, make sure it’s something you’re interested in and passionate about – and check out the resources below.
Major & Career Resources
This handy matrix connects Rider’s majors to their associated career areas, employers and strategies so you can get a better idea of how your major can help you hone in on your career.
Find New Jersey-based jobs, vocational and trade school programs, or on-site training with employers at the State of NJ Career Center.
Check out the videos from the folks at RoadTrip Nation who are redefining themselves and their careers through their travels on the road.
Ask questions about your job search and get answers directly from experienced recruiting professionals at America’s top employers.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook, complied by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, is the go-to reference for the down and dirty details about occupations from A to Z. Details include job descriptions, training and education, earnings, expected job prospects, what you’ll do on the job, and working conditions.
Browse this online resource for information on everything from how best to conduct a job search to salaries, benefits and training opportunities…
O*NET is a massive online occupational network database where you search for jobs based on skill level, by industry, by educational level and much more.
By the Numbers
- #1 For three consecutive years, Rider education majors have been selected as New Jersey’s Student Teacher of the year.
- 9 out of 10 Number of Rider graduates employed or pursuing graduate study within a year of graduating.
- 1,400 Every year, Rider students complete more than a thousand internships, co-ops and field placements