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Military spouse? Find career and job search help here

Married to a military service member? Learn about a variety of helpful resources for military spouses to find employment, education, and training resources, along with other benefits and assistance. U.S. Department of Labor Resources CareerOneStopSponsored by the U.S. Department of

How to discuss your disability in a job interview

Wondering if, when, or how to disclose your disability in a job interview? Bringing up a disability in a job interview requires thought and planning. You may feel uncertain about disclosing your disability at all. But ultimately, it’s up to

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Career planning for dads

Young Black father looking at computer and phone w young daughter on his lap

For Father’s Day 2022, CareerOneStop is putting the focus on career planning and job search for dads.

If you are a stay-at-home dad, or a father who works outside the home, read about three ways you can find some new options and ideas for your career.

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Tips for employers looking to hire foreign workers

Foreign workers can make a vital contribution to your workforce. But there are specific rules and requirements for U.S. employers hiring workers from other countries. The U.S. Department of Labor’s s Foreign Labor Certification Program allows U.S. employers to hire foreign workers

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Summer jobs for teens

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Are you a teenager looking for work? This could be your lucky summer! There are many job openings in a wide variety of fields, and employers are motivated to fill jobs to maximize summer business – some are even paying

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Launching a career in organic farming

Have an interest in organic farming and wondering if you can make a career out of it?  The answer is yes, you can, but you may have to follow an unusual career path.

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Explore a career: Emergency medical technicians (EMTs)

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Ever wonder what it feels like to be an EMT? Imagine driving with sirens blaring, your adrenaline running as you rush to the scene of an accident, preparing to take action to save the life of an injured person. Emergency

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55+ and thinking about a career change?

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Career changes are daunting for everyone—but if you’re several decades into your working life, entering a new field can feel even more overwhelming. The good news is there’s hardly ever been a better job market for late-career switches. Workforce researchers

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Job change? Make it a brighter future

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The last couple of years have been turbulent for the job market. Many workers have left jobs and many employers are looking for workers. That makes this an especially good time to consider the major reasons people leave their jobs,

Time to broaden our understanding of apprenticeships

Software engineer explaining to controlling robotic welding process to welder in factory.

You may know that an apprenticeship is a great way to get started in a career. It offers the chance to obtain paid, relevant workplace experience while acquiring the skills and credentials that employers value. When many people think about

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