Career Information

America's Career Infonet
Their occupational profile data lets you create a customized profile. Available data include wages, employment trends, knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs), education and training, and web resources. National, state, and local information is available, as well as trend and wage comparisons across occupations and geographical areas. Also, information on Military to Civilian Occupation Translator and Tools & Technology.

Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment
Countless labor statistics for you to digest, including national, state, and local information on jobs, industries, and employment.

Career Project
Look at dozens of different jobs through interviews with the people who are in the profession.

Career Guide to Industries
For dozens of different kinds of industries—such as health care, and motor vehicle and parts manufacturing —this site tells you about: occupations in the industry; training and advancement; earnings; expected job prospects; and working conditions. In addition, you will find links to information about the job market in each state.

Career Videos
The State of New Jersey has compiled 90-second videos of dozens of careers.

Career Voyages
Listings of high growth, high demand occupations with the skills and education needed to attain the jobs

Careers in the Military
Does Uncle Sam Want You?

Health Careers
Information on nursing, physician, and allied health careers from Medline Plus. Health careers are one of the few growing career areas at present.

Healthcare Careers Initiative
Information on an assortment of health care careers

Making the Difference
Discusses how to apply for federal jobs with information on each job and the quickest way to apply.

MyPlan
Covers career profiles, college majors, assessment testing, salaries, and more.  Find 500 short videos on careers.

O*Net Online
Search for occupations by job titles, skills, or the tools and technologies involved.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the Handbook tells you: the training and education needed; earnings; expected job prospects; what workers do on the job; and working conditions. In addition, the Handbook gives you job search tips, links to information about the job market in each state, and more.

Salary.com
Current salary information on the full spectrum of careers, from top level executives to entry level jobs.

Wisconsin WorkNet
is the state's site for identifying high-growth job openings, what the majority of job openings in the state are, finding wage comparisons and career identification tools.
 
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29-Mar-2009