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5 Sites to Help You Explore Jobs and Opportunities

Last updated January 6, 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. Don’t have your GED but ready to make a commitment to get it - check out Job CorpsJob Corps offers high school diplomas and industry-recognized credentials in 81 high-demand industries. It's free and for youth aged 16 to 24. 
  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.
  5. Ready to dive right into an apprenticeship and learn while working - find apprenticeships near you.

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