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Valuable site for career and college
exploration. Students may save their
searches to their portfolios. All WCHS
students have access to this site. Students
who do not remember how to access their
accounts, please ask the guidance department
Astrology and Career: What kind of work is
best for you? Use this guide to see what
occupations each sign is well-suited to.
For a career with the CIA, explore this
For hundreds of different types of jobs—such
as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the
Occupational Outlook Handbook provides
information about the training and education
needed, earnings, expected job prospects,
what workers do on the job, and working
A wonderful career exploration tool from the
DOL and Department of Education. Different
sections guide young people, career
changers, parents, and even career advisors
to resources and information designed to
help with choosing and preparing for a
career, moving from one career to another,
guiding a child to a great career, or even
assisting clients in their career search. In
early 2005, a Career Compass was added to
the site incorporating Holland's RIASEC
codes into the product while also making it
even easier for users.
A new gateway to all of the job and career
tools provided by the U.S. Department of
Labor. CareerOneStop serves to unite
America's Career InfoNet, America's Job
Bank, and America's Service Locator into a
single source, making it easy for you to
move from one to the other as your
information and service needs change. Videos
of various careers are available for
PL—Teen Space @ The Internet Public Library
provides career biographies on the following
career fields: Agriculture, Conservation,
Wildlife; Arts & Entertainment; Business;
Computers & Technology; Education;
Engineering, Mechanical & Technical; Health;
Retail & Sales; and Science.
This site is designed to help students learn
more about themselves and the world of work,
to identify and explore potentially
satisfying occupations, and to develop an
effective strategy to realize their goals.
Includes information about a career as a
This site, developed by the US Dept. of
Labor has extensive information on
occupations (skills, work environment,
education, etc), searchable by occupation or
skill areas. The site has a low-vision
version and a link for job accommodation
These sites are packed with information
about planning for specific careers. What
kind of training or education is required?
What can you earn? What kind of environment
will you work in? What's hot? What's not?
CAREER PROFILE SEARCH
For those engaged in career exploration.
Tells about the many career options
available. Developed by the New York
Department of Labor.
The Career Key™ gives you expert help
with career choices -- career changes,
career planning, job skills, and choosing a
college major or educational program.
interest profiler will help you identify
your personality type, which will in turn
help you decide on what kind of jobs would
be best for you.
This is a
quiz that will help you define your work
values. Identifying work values can help you
identify the kind of job in which you would
be happy performing.
toolbox to help identify career interests.
your medieval vocational personality? Use
this link to find out!