You may also be interested in lifelong learning / adult education and college planning. See LearningExpress Library database for test preparation materials for career-specific licensing exams or civil service and military tests.
Provides a central resource from which you can explore different careers; learn or enhance your resume-writing and interviewing techniques; compare salary information; search for jobs; find education and training; or locate federal and state offices for training, economic or job-searching assistance. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
A one-stop mobile-ready website to help youth age 16 to 24. Explore careers; learn about education and training options; find, apply for, and keep employment. A CareerOneStop website.
- O*NET OnLine
Explore careers with the Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network database. Search for information by keyword, employment category or industry; by skills, tools or technologies used; or by codes or titles defined by existing classification systems such as the military or standard occupational classification systems. Special search tools suggest careers to match a job searchers' interests and training, assist veterans in their after-service career search or highlight jobs in the green economy.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
Detailed information on hundreds of occupations. Each job entry describes the job, the work environment, how to enter the occupation, pay, job outlook, similar occupations and contacts for further information.
- Today's Military
Learn about the career opportunities available through military service. Produced by the U.S. Department of Defense.