Author: CareerOneStop

Industry Profile: Transportation, Distribution and Logistics

Red semi truck driving down a highway

If you like to be on the move—or be part of moving things around—you might want to check out careers in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics industry; many of them could take you on the road–locally, regionally, or even globally.

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Resources for Corrections Educators

Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders

To support career and employment goals for those with a criminal record, CareerOneStop offers targeted tools and resources, in formats that adapt to a variety of facilities and circumstances.

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Bounce back from getting fired

Young man looking very dejected

Although getting fired from a job may feel like a disaster at the time, it can ultimately improve your focus, confidence, and overall career resilience.

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Finding a way through career barriers

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For any job seeker who faces obstacles and frustration on their way to landing a good job, it’s worth knowing that you’re far from alone.

Find information, resources, and in-person help to overcome job search barriers.

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Careers: Combine sports with other interests

Female coach with girls soccer team

Want a career that puts you in close proximity to a beloved sport, but not as an athlete?

Combine your passion for sports with a second area of interest or skill to find a great variety of career options

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The surprising value of a liberal arts education

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If you’re weighing the pros and cons of a liberal arts major, there’s a book you may want to consult before you jettison a field you are passionate about in favor of a degree that seems more marketable.

You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Education by George Anders.

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Free online learning for work or pleasure

Take advantage of free online resources to develop your job-related skills, explore a personal interest, or exercise your learning muscles just for fun.

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The strongest job markets for Teachers

African American male teacher with students

Have a brand new shiny teaching credential, and looking for a place to put it to work?

If you are a recently— or about-to-be—graduated teacher, there are excellent resources to help you identify strong potential job markets.

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Refugees gain credentials in the Career Pathways Program

Refugee Career Pathways

The Refugee Career Pathways (RCP) program helps refugees gain self-sufficiency by obtaining the credentials, education, experience, and job skills they need to obtain employment in professional and skilled careers.

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Job application encounter: The ATS

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If you’ve applied for a job in recent years, especially at a large company, your application has undoubtedly encountered an Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

Will your resume successfully make its way past an ATS?

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