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College and Career Resources
Occupational Outlook Handbook
(Bureau of Labor Statistics) Find information on hundreds of jobs such as earnings, working conditions, job prospects, training, education, and more.
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(Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration) Offers hundreds of standardized descriptors of skills, knowledge, tasks, occupational requirements, and worker abilities, interests and values that employers use to build job descriptions.
Career One Stop
(Department of Labor) Explore careers and industries that match your skills, level of education, and occupational outlook.
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