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You can do keyword searches on the type of the job you are interested in and/or the city or state you prefer, or by the name of a particular employer or company. Links to online job fairs, job-hunting tips, and international job listings are also included. Pay particular attention to "The College Connection," which offers advice and job opportunities specific to high school and college students.
This e-zine focusing on careers provides resume-writing tips, listings of job openings you can search by state, and articles on choosing and preparing for jobs.
The portion of the Quintessential Careers Site that is geared specifically to teens. It includes a long list of annotated links to sites offering advice on part-time jobs, college, & carreers. You'll find everything from links to sites that list summer job openings to online personality tests you can take to see what type of work you might be most suited for.
This searchable online guide to job opportunities in the military provides information on careers in the army, navy, air force, marines and coast guard. A great variety of occupations for officers and enlisted members are covered, with fields ranging from Health Care to Vehicle Maintenance to Combat. A simple online form allows you to request that more info. be sent to your email address.
This site provides a good starting point for finding basic info. on a particular job. You can search for an occupation by keyword, browse the alphabetical index (useful when you're not certain of the spelling), or choose "Occupational Clusters" such as "Professional & Technical," "Service," or "Production," to name a few. Information is offered for each occupation on required training or education, salary, working conditions, job prospects, etc.
Are you a young women searching for some career inspiration? Check out the Role Model Project for Girls at this web site. Read the stories of women suceeding in careers that you've never even considered and realize that anything is possible!
Have you always wanted to work with animals? Well, this website can get you on the right track toward a career in veterinary medicine. With helpful topics such as financial aid, career profiles, and employment information, this site is a gold mine to anyone interested in veterinary medicine.
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