When you click on a career name in any part of Career Planner, you're taken to a Career Profile to learn more. If you click "Research Careers" in the left-hand menu, you will see a shortcut to the last Career Profile you visited.
The first Career Profile page gives you a few basic facts to get you started. The first is the career's Washington annual median wage. The example below shows that around 50% of Aircraft Mechanics in Washington earn $73,644 - $74,384/ or higher each year.
There's also a brief summary to help you decide if you want to keep exploring. Click on the plus sign at the bottom of the screen to see the complete description.
You can also favorite or unfavorite the career clicking on the heart in the top-left corner of the screen.
When you're ready to learn more about the career, click "Dig Deeper" to move on.
You will see a menu across the top with several tabs. Click on any tab to visit that page.
Beneath the picture on the right side of the screen, you will see two lists: Related Careers and Related Programs.
Related Careers is a list of similar careers that may also interest you.
Related Programs is a list of educational programs - apprenticeships, vocational programs and college majors - that support training for this, and similar, careers.
You can favorite any of these careers and programs, and you can see a complete list by clicking (see all).