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TypeFocus Careers Program – Complimentary Site

The TypeFocus Careers program offers a reliable and valid personality assessment report that users find supportive and encouraging. As they learn more about themselves they understand how their natural personality strengths relate to career selection and success at work. Everyone loves to learn about themselves and personality type is the most widely used theory in career applications.

The TypeFocus Careers program... more »

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South Dakota Career InSite

What to expect: Explore a wide variety of occupational information, take online interest assessments, view occupational videos, learn how to complete a resume, conduct a job interview and keep a job.

South Dakota Career InSite is a useful career exploration application. This site will provide you with detailed occupational descriptions as well as a variety of South Dakota specific occupational data (i.e. wages, employment... more »

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4 votes
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UtahFutures

The system guides users through career exploration and training opportunities associated with jobs in demand and current economic realities. It allows users to have integrated access to labor market information and highlights Utah specific career planning activities and opportunities.

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8 votes
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CareerZone

CareerZone is an innovative online career exploration and planning system designed especially for today's high-tech youth in New York State. CareerZone was designed by the state Department of Labor to present current and relevant occupational and labor market information, making career exploration and planning fun and easy. CareerZone is provided at no cost to users and can be accessed at over 700 school districts across... more »

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57 votes
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JobZone

JobZone is a career information and management system for adult jobseekers across the state of New York.

The JobZone System harnesses the power of the web to provide information on over 900 occupations including military titles from the O*NET Database and the latest labor market information from the NYS Department of Labor. The strength of JobZone is its ability to offer local and relevant content based on the interest... more »

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55 votes
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KS - KLIC (Kansas Labor Information Center)

The Kansas Labor Information Center (KLIC) is a powerful job search, career assessment, and labor market information system. KLIC was specifically designed for job seekers, students, employers, training providers, workforce professionals, and others seeking to explore local labor markets in Kansas.

KLIC is a dynamic and interactive information system that contains a wide range of information about the labor market... more »

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14 votes
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BETR Project/REELBiz Videos

Virtual tours of Colorado companies that provide an overview of their industry, the type of work that they do, and what it takes to be successful in their company. Although REELBiz videos cover a wide range of industries, they have a special focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), bioscience, aerospace, energy and IT.

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5 votes
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California Occupational Guides

Explore your Career Options

California Occupational Guides - with State and Local Information - brings together dynamically updated labor market information for the occupations with the most opportunities in California: Job description and requirements, job outlook, benefits and wages, licensing, education, training, links to possible employers, how to find a job, and links to additional resources.

Each Occupational... more »

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10 votes
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California Labor Market Info Career Information

Steps to the Best Career for You!

How do you find the right career for you? Step–by–step...
STEP 1 - Self-Assessment
What are your interests - what you like and don't like? What are your skills?


STEP 2 - Time for a California Reality Check
How much money do you need to make to maintain your lifestyle? Can you afford the new Mustang or need to get a used car?


STEP 3 - Explore your Career Options

California... more »

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The Perfect Career Interest Inventory

A free service of Gonyea & Associates.

A professionally developed online career interest inventory designed to help high school and college students and adults assess their interests in 252 work activities, and then identify matching occupations. Inventory takes approximately 20 minutes to complete and produces a detailed interpretation report (which can be printed) outlining the user's level of interest in 21 career... more »

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7 votes
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Internet Career Connection

A free service of Gonyea and Associates.

A self-directed career guidance program developed to help individuals identify a career goal that best matching their overall personality style. The program guides users through a 5 step program:

Steps:

1. Define your personality style - using several inventories and assessment lists, the user is guided in identifying his/her interests, skills, values and behavioral traits.... more »

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7 votes
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Oregon Youth Employment Initiative website

The Oregon Youth Conservation Corps (OYCC) provides education, training and employment opportunities based on conservation projects to disadvantaged and at-risk youth. The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) has granted the State of Oregon, through the OYCC program in the Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development (CCWD), American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture... more »

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5 votes