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This report was designed to be used by WorkSource Center claimant reemployment staff when working with Unemployment Insurance claimants. WorkSource staff can print and give this report to claimants so that claimants leave with useful labor market information about their specific occupation, in a short, easy to use format.
Currently there are many more job seekers than there are published job openings and only a portion of all job openings are posted or published through on-line job boards, help wanted ads, or employer web sites. Yet many more job openings exist. Using the Employer Database, job seekers select criteria that will return a list of businesses they may contact to find out if they have job openings. Job seekers may search ...more »
Do you have a a job or career goal in mind? Does it require more training or education? The Educational Information Center can help you find educational and training providers that meet your criteria. Link directly into training and educational provider websites that meet your criteria.
The Skill Explorer allows you to see which occupations best match your unique set of skills. Build an occupational skill set and find occupations that match your skill set. Find information specific to occupations that match your skill set.
Job Seekers, Career Counselors, Students and others can use this simple tool to set educational, wage and job growth criteria to find occupations that match their needs. From the report generated by setting the criteria users can move directly to complete information regarding a specific occupation or reset the criteria and explore other occupations.
Here job seekers, students, voc rehab and career counselors will find information on over 700 occupations. Information available includes current job openings, wage data, occupational descriptions and videos, 10 year forecasts of openings within occupations, licensing requirements, educational requirements, schools and training providers, industries of employment, skills related to the occupation, and occupations that ...more »