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5 Sites to Help You Explore Jobs and Opportunities

Last updated October 19, 2020

5 start somewhere sites to help you find the job path that is just right for you.

1. Have no idea what the job is but know what you like?

start with this interest explorer and see what might be right for you.

2. Do you want your GED or high school diploma AND an industry-recognized credential that can get you a job?  

Check out Job CorpsJob Corps offers GED or high school diplomas and industry-recognized certificate programs  in 81 high-demand industries. It's free for those between the ages of 16 to 24 and they offer housing for those who need it. 

3. Have a job but don’t think it’s right long-term for you?

 Explore options that tap into your interests and strengths with this tool. 

4. Wonder how much a chef makes ($42K!) and how to become one?

Find details about tons of careers on the Bureau of Labor Statistics website. 

5. Ready to dive right into an apprenticeship and learn while working 

Find an awesome apprenticeship program near you.

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