Hot Career & Transfer Links
Information on Careers
- Occupational Outlook Handbook - Current information on careers, published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Searchable by occupation. Covers: Nature of the Work, Working Conditions, How many employed in this field, Type of Training Required, Job Outlook, Earnings, Related Occupations and Sources of Additional Information.
- Careers in Business - Career information on Business, Finance and Marketing. Recommendations on books on jobs in business and career and self assessment, links to other career and job search pages.
- Job Profiles - Experienced workers share: Rewards of their job; Stressful parts of the job; Basic skills the job demands; Challenges of the future; and, Advice on entering the field.
- Occupational Info for Arts and Sciences - This is a great list of information on careers developed by the Career Center at the College of William and Mary. Everything from Actuary to Careers in Zoos and Aquariums.
- Career Zone - Search the following career clusters by education required or by wages. Engineering and Technology, Business and Information Sciences, Health Services, Arts and Humanities, Human and Public Services, Natural and Agricultural Sciences. Thousands of individual jobs are described.
- America's Career InfoNet - Great links to exploring careers and resources to help you get the training or job. Includes wages and trends, general job market information, search for employers by industry or occupation by geographic area.
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Career Choices and College Majors
Other Career and Job Resources
- California Job Information - Looks for jobs on line by county. Put your resume on-line.
- California Labor Market Information - California labor market information by geographic area, information on employers, publications, California Labor Law link, etc.
- Brave New Work World - News stories from around the world on both the old and new economy, trends that impact the workforce.
- Quintessential Careers - Career Toolkit; (cover letters, resumes, networking, interviewing, salary negotiation, career tests and quizzes, and more...) Find a Job -- by job-seeker type, industry, and geography, as well as general job sites; Go to College -- tips, links, and advice about undergraduate and graduate degrees and financial aid; all the best books to help you in your job search and career development; Ask the Career Doctor; the best resources for employers.
- Cabrillo Hot Job Links - Many links to job search pages both local and national.
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