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Employee benefits overview (L010)

Evaluating a Job Offer (L013)

Locate employers by industry/city  (W521)

Determine salary levels by occupation and zip code (W522)

Occupations requiring license (W529)

Checklists: career research, networking, and job offer negotiation (Table)

Tutorials: resume writing, job interviewing and salary negotiation (Table)

Do’s/Don’ts for bad boss, resignations, and requesting a raise (Table)

State career resources  (W563)

State job banks  (W564)

Private sector job banks (W565)

Building net worth (L102)

Retirement tools (L201-L203)


Education Planning Tools  (If additional training is being considered.)

Career/technical school locator (W075)

Evaluate career/technical schools  (W085)

Education Planning Worksheet: Career-Track (E203)

Education Planning Worksheet: College-Bound (E203)

College graduation rates (W105)

Community Colleges (W109)

College Search (user criteria)  (W115)

Federal Financial Aid Guide (W145)

Federal student financial aid eligibility (W145)

 

Career Planning Tools (If you are open to new possibilities.) 

Career & education planning instructions (C004)

Interest to occupation converter (W225)

Prioritize your work values  (W230)

Free interest/skills assessments (W225-W253)

Fastest growing jobs (W285)

Jobs with the most openings (W287)

Highest paying jobs (W289)

10-Year job outlook for hundreds of occupations (C118)

Jobs with good pay & many openings  (C120)

Job outlook without a bachelors degree  (C122)

Interest, skills & values assessment (W280)

Career Search (user criteria) (W280)

Career summaries including outlook, working conditions, earnings and more for related careers in each career cluster.  (C200-C216)

Career evaluation worksheet (C303)

Replacement “openings” by occupation (C316)

Factors affecting the demand for each occupation (C321)

For any occupation: nature of work, working conditions, training requirements, employment, job outlook, earnings, etc. (W330)

For any occupation: earnings, growth, # openings, education required, skills needed, tasks performed and work environment.  (W332)

Technical career information (W353)

Small business learning center  (W365)

Small business start-up guide  (W367)

Franchise directories and information (W390)

“How to get a job with the Federal Government(C501)

U.S. government job search (W426)

U.S. Armed Forces Job opportunities (W434)

Industry/company selection(C602)

Factors affecting employment by industry (C618)

Industry data (W444-W450)

Industry research: Instructions & resources (W451-W452)

Company research (W463)

Questions a job seeker can ask a person about their occupation.  (C801)

 

Other Tools 

State career planning tools  (T401-T405) (W752-W760)

National Career Development Association Resources  (W793)

 

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