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CareerOneStop - Worker ReEmployment Portal

The CareerOneStop Worker ReEmployment Portal (http://www.careeronestop.org/reemployment) provides online tools and resources for workers seeking to make an employment transition. The site provides links and tools to: - Find Local One-Stop Career Centers - Find online State-sponsored Job Banks and other public and private online Job Banks - Find Education and Training programs - Assist workers seeking to transition ...more »

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EMSI JobFinder

EMSI JobFinder uses O*Net data to help an unemployed worker look for a job in their current field, understand how their current competencies might transition to another career or look for a local training provider that will help them build on their current skill set.

 

To access the tool, please enter the PIN: 12008

 

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The Career Key Website

Launched in 1997, The Career Key offers free, high-quality career guidance and exploration tools through easy to use, practical self-help articles and activities. Topics include Learn More About Yourself, Identify Your Skills, Learn More About the Jobs that Interest Me, Military to Civilian Transition, and High-Quality Decision-Making. For a nominal fee, The Career Key also offers a 10 to 15 minute, scientifically valid ...more »

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JobRadio.FM

JobRadio.fm is a free career advice internet radio station. The internet offers a variety of places to see and hear career advice. The station’s goal is to be the place to hear the best and brightest discuss career related topics. Whether its an interview with a career coach or industry exec, or just a simple job search tip, JobRadio.fm is the only such internet radio station of its kind…dedicated to career advice.

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