Career data embedded seamlessly on your site. It's the real deal.

Career Snapshot helps your students understand the student to employment journey by empowering them with data to make better decisions. Snapshots create a seamless experience, displaying career data directly on your website or app.

Career Snapshot in a snapshot.

Instead of sending a student on a wild goose chase to find career related outcomes, Career Snapshot embeds current, reliable data directly from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and ONet onto your website. With over 1,500+ careers to choose from, add one or hundreds or 1,500+.

Snapshots

Data is important, but just as important is how you present that data. With Career Snapshot, we take the data and output digestible snapshots for students.

1,500+ Careers

Over 1,500 careers to choose from based on core career titles in BLS as well as alternative titles in ONet.

Complete Control

Add one career to a page in your website or hundreds. You choose. Each career snippet is curated uniquely to fit your needs and managed by you.

Seamless

No longer do you need to send a student to ONet, BLS or Salary Surfer. Career Snapshot allows you to embed this data directly into your site or app.

Latest Data

We pull the latest data from BLS and ONet, sift through it and store it on our servers (99.99% uptime).

Customized

We know one size doesn't fit all, that's why we work with you to determine the best implementation process. Snapshots can be customized to fit your brand, align with your region and the data you want to display.

Help students answer questions like…

Live Demos

The proof's in the pudding.

Top 10 Jobs according to U.S. News Best Job Rankings

*Note: The below can be embedded directly on your site or app. Download an example.

Highest Paying Jobs for College Graduates

*Note: The below can be embedded directly on your site or app, and completely customized to your branding, your region and your needs. Contact us to learn more.

Want to take Career Snapshots for a test run on your site?

Embed a Top 10 Careers Snippet

We’ve created a list of the top 10 careers from US News. Enter your email below and we’ll send you the snippet code to embed on your site, free, forever.

… or contact us and we can help you embed on your site.

How It Works

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  • Create your snippet.

    You can create snippets based on your school’s programs or create as many custom snippets as you want.

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  • Add career snapshots.

    Choose from over 1,500 jobs directly pulled from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and ONet.

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  • Place your snippet.

    Copy and paste your snippet (as easy as a YouTube video) onto your site, app, or wherever you want the career data to be displayed.

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  • Set it and forget it.

    Once you’ve added the snippet code, you can update the careers snapshots listed from within the Career Snapshot app, never having to touch the embed code again. Or never touch any of it again and the careers will automatically update with the latest data.

    Last, but not least, we can help do it all for you. Contact us.

We'd love to hear from you!

Contact Us

Early bird gets the worm! We are currently taking pre-booking orders for up to 10 clients. If you’re interested in learning more about Career Snapshot or just have questions, contact us.

About Mackey

Career Snapshot was built by Mackey Creative Lab. We are a full-service design and development agency helping people build their brand, engage their audience and share their story through engaging content, intuitive design and creative technology solutions.

We built Career Snapshot to empower students with the knowledge to help them make informed decisions about their educational and career goals. Many students have high college and career expectations, but a recent study found that less than half of students feel prepared to make college and career choices. And choice is key. We feel that knowledge is power — Career Snapshot provides real data to inform students not only of career options, but to better understand how their choices in degrees and programs will affect their future career options.