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Career Resources

Career Research & Job Search

Career One Stop

  • A source for career exploration, finding training, conducting a job search, and finding local help. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

  • This site includes occupational videos, answers to questions, and lists of top pages of interest and news.

LinkedIn
 

  • LinkedIn is a professional online networking platform with added features.

  • Tip: Use the job tab and search feature to look for open positions. After applying, look up the company and see if a recruiter is listed. If so, reach out to the recruiter to let them know of your interests in the position(s).

O*NET

  • O*NET has detailed descriptions of the work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, developers, researchers, and more!

  • Find, search, or browse across 900+ occupations based on goals and needs. Then use comprehensive reports to learn about requirements, characteristics, and available opportunities for selected occupation(s).

  • Tip: This site has an Occupation keyword search feature.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

  • A publication by the Bureau of Labor Statistics with an occupation finder, FAQ, Glossary, A-Z index, and OOH site map. The Handbook provides training requirements, job outlook, working conditions, earnings, and employment.

O*NET Interest Profiler

  • This online profiler can help with finding out what your interests are and how they relate to the world of work. Find out what you like to do.

  • The site helps you decide what kinds of careers you might want to explore.

 

Occupational Employment and Wage Statistics

  • For wage and employment statistics of more than 800 occupations by industry and geographic area.

Glassdoor

  • Glassdoor is a place to look for jobs, research companies, and to look up salaries and careers.

  • The Careers tab is a place to do research for learning more about careers.

  • Tip: Use this site to do research jobs, a company, and salaries before applying to a company and/or doing an interview.

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