Author: CareerOneStop

Enhance your career website with CareerOneStop’s API service

Did you know you can publish CareerOneStop data directly on your own website? CareerOneStop offers a wide range of career, employment, and education data as Web API Services, which provide you with quality-controlled datasets and allows you to simply and

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Young adult and out of work? Get help finding a job.

It can be hard to find a job when you’re young—especially if you don’t have a degree or a lot of work experience. And this summer, with the unemployment rate soaring across the country, it can seem nearly impossible. And

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Updated Competency Model: Advanced Manufacturing

An updated Advanced Manufacturing Model is now live on the Competency Model Clearinghouse. For the first time, the rapidly growing electronics design and manufacturing industry is represented in the model. The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) worked with SEMI, the

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Homeschooling? Free career videos and more

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Check out these fun, free, practical ways students elementary age through high school can learn about different careers on CareerOneStop.

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Working at home? 5 tips for best results

Are you new to working working remotely, or trying to create a better work from home plan?

Try these guidelines to help you stay on track and feel more confident about your work life balance.

5 things hiring managers wish you’d do at an interview

So you polished your resume, crafted a standout cover letter, and landed an interview—great!

Now’s your chance to shine.

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3 tips for seniors planning encore careers

If you’ve retired from your day-to-day job or left a lifelong career, you may be considering an encore career. The term, used loosely to describe a second career begun later in life, is used more specifically to describe a later-in-life

Occupational licensing and other career resources for military spouses

Are you a military spouse trying to follow a career path as it twists and turns according to your partner’s military obligations? As a professional, you know how challenging it can be to have an occupational license recognized in another

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5 career planning ideas to help jumpstart your New Year’s goals

It’s the middle of December, and there’s no reason to think this December will differ from nearly every December on record: the New Year will be here before you know it.

What a great time to get started on your New Year’s career goals.

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3 great reasons to job search over the holidays

If you’re tempted to take a Thanksgiving-through-New-Years break from your job search, you may want to rethink that plan. It’s true that social calendars get outrageously overcrowded during this season—and it can seem like a good time to step away