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This online guide will help you build a resume employers will want to see. It walks users through step by step or users can skip to the section that interests you. Sections include resume templates, cover letters, and resume types. Find the Resume Tutorial at www.careeronestop.org
The CareerOneStop industry information section currently contains national, state and local employment and wage data. An Industry Profile provides detailed industry information about selected industries. The profile is useful to help people who want to learn more about an industry. Most careers are found in multiple industries, which broadens career options to explore.
The CareerOneStop tools and technology report provides a list of cutting-edge machines, equipment, tools, and software that workers may use in specific occupations. Tools and technology is a new occupational data feature developed by O*NET. Currently, reports are available for more than 300 high-growth, in-demand occupations.
CareerOneStop’s Disaster Recovery Services site provides quick access to a range of employment and related resources for individuals and businesses impacted by floods and other recent disasters
Returning to civilian life after military service is different for every person. A wide variety of services exist to make this transition as smooth as possible. We offer the Military to Civilian Occupation Translator tool. This tool helps service members match military skills and experience to civilian occupations. This tool is found within the Military Transition Portal on www.careeronestop.org.
The Career Resource Library is a collection of career- and employment-related resources, both Internet links and articles. Resources are available to help you investigate education and training, choose an occupation, find a job, plan career moves, and a host of other employment-related tasks. Find this tool at www.careeronestop.org
Videos provide information about careers, career clusters, industries, work options, and abilities. Spanish career videos are also available. Download times may vary. Videos are approximately 90 seconds in length and streamed in RealPlayer and Windows Media Player formats. Find over 500 total videos on Careeronestop.org
You can find the Education and Training Finder on CareerOneStop.org. Once in the tool, use the occupation or keyword search to find educational programs and the institutions that offer these programs across the United States. The keyword search can search the Occupation Title, Instructional Program Title, or Postsecondary Institution Name.
Two new online tools have recently gone live on the Competency Model Clearinghouse site within CareerOneStop. These two interactive tools — Build a Competency Model and Build a Career Ladder/Lattice — let strategic partners work together to build, save, and download customized models that identify the competencies and critical developmental experiences individuals need to progress through 21st century careers in specific ...more »
Use the Skills Profiler to create a list of your skills and match them to job types that need those skills. You can use this profile to identify occupations that use your current skills, find gaps you need to fill, or polish your resume. When your skills profile is complete, you can print it, or save it as a Microsoft Word, HTML or XML file, or as a Bookmark in your browser. Find this tool on www.careeronstop.org
The Certification Finder is an online directory of third-party organizations that provide verification of skill or knowledge attainment usually following generally accepted occupational standards. This directory allows you to search for certifications by keyword, specific occupation or occupational area. Certifications can increase your ability to find a job in some cases.
Most auto manufacturing workers have developed skills over many decades—but the collapse of the U.S. auto industry has made jobs disappear. What do you do if you’ve been laid off from an auto industry job? There’s help on CareerOneStop’s Auto Worker ReEmployment site (www.CareerOneStop.org/ReEmployment/Auto).From the Auto Worker ReEmployment homepage, click on “Change Careers” and then “Find a New Job.” For any occupation, ...more »