Author: CareerOneStop

Set up a networking event via video conference

Learn how to organize an online networking event to share job leads, generate business ideas, and more.

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Looking for a job in healthcare?

Overall, healthcare employment took a big hit during COVID shutdowns, but many hospitals and clinics are hiring critical care providers.

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Who’s hiring this summer?

If you are in the job market, there is plenty of hiring to talk about.

Thousands of new jobs are opening up in a variety of industries.

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3 steps to map your skills to a new career

Need to find a job in a new field? Learn how to put your previous experience to work in a new career. It can seem difficult to make the leap from one career field to another, but if you’ve held

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Laid off? Make the most of this time professionally

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Have you been laid off or furloughed recently?

Learn ways to grow professionally during this time.

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New COVID-19 Employment Recovery website

EmploymentRecovery.org, a CareerOneStop website providing critical unemployment and job search resources for those impacted by the pandemic, went live May 19. The website aims to help people meet their short-term needs such as collecting unemployment benefits or re-entering the workforce,

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Try out a virtual job fair!

Heard of virtual job fairs?

They can be a great way for job seekers to generate job prospects, and for employers to identify potential candidates.

Class of 2020: Job search for college seniors

While much has changed, the economy and the need for your skills and knowledge is growing, building, and bouncing back in new ways.

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Careers for people who like hands-on problem solving

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If your idea of a great job includes using tools, or working with animals, plants or materials like wood and machinery, you have a world of excellent career options to consider.

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Job searching with autism spectrum disorders

Finding a job can be challenging, but when you have autism, the process can feel overwhelming. It can help to break it down into simple steps. One great resource for job seekers with autism spectrum disorders, and their parents or