Career PathwaysCareer Pathways are broad groupings of careers that share similar characteristics and whose employment requirements call for many common interests, strengths and competencies. There are three educational options in each pathway after high school: specialized training, technical/community college, and 4 or more years of university training. The six pathways are:
Arts and Communication
Careers in childcare, civil service, education, hospitality, and the social services. Career titles in this pathway include teachers, postal workers, police officers, lawyers, counselors, school administrators, firefighters, clergy, and social workers.
Business, Management, Marketing and Technology
Engineering, Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
Careers related to technologies necessary to design, develop, install or maintain physical systems. Working with tools, equipment and other kinds of machinery are important to people who have careers in this pathway. Sample career titles include mechanic, airline pilot and engineer.
Natural Resources and Agriscience
Careersrelated to natural resources, agriculture and the environment. Fish and game warden, marine biologist and farmer are career titles in this pathway.