|Looking for more information on an occupation? Take a look
at these U. S. Department of Labor supported websites.|
America's CAREER INFONET|
|A wealth of national and states' occupational
information including projections, wages, videos, licensed occupations, top ten lists,
state profiles, employer listings and an extensive resource library.|
O*NET - Occupational Informational Network OnLine
|O*NET is the nation's primary source of occupational information.
Look up an occupation or find occupations that match your skills. Visit the
Resource Center for more information and
Occupational Outlook Handbook
|Revised every two years, the Handbook
describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education
needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.|
My Next Move
|What do you want to do for a living? My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. My Next Move has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Users can find careers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience. |
Occupational Outlook Quarterly.
|OOQ provides practical information on jobs and careers.
Articles are written in
straightforward, non-technical language and cover a wide variety of career and
work-related topics such as new and emerging occupations, training opportunities,
salary trends, and results of new studies from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
National Industry-Occupation Employment Matrix
|For an occupation, find the industries employing these jobs
or where employment is projected to grow the fastest.
For an industry, see what occupations are employed and
which will growth the most.