Professional associations provide not only helpful information for practitioners, but wonderful career resources as well. Association websites often have two levels of access: public information (free) and also information for members only (fee-based). Associations usually publish newsletters, journals, and other resources to help their membership stay on top of issues in the profession. Links to related associations are usually posted.
- Extensive information on ASA requirements, exam schedules, land istservs for exam candidates and Society members
- Society news, links to Society documents, SOA Career Center, and online SOA Bookstore
The Occupational Outlook Handbook website maintained by the U.S. Department of Labor provides profiles of hundreds of types of jobs. Profiles include training and educational requirements, salaries, expected job growth, job descriptions, and working conditions