Category: Career changers

Long-term trends in manufacturing industry jobs

Engineer using crane to lift steel in factory

The past several decades have seen dramatic changes in the manufacturing workplace.

It’s gone from a hands-on, worker-intensive enterprise with mostly unskilled workers to a high-tech workplace in which automation drives many routine tasks.

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Industry profile: careers in telecommunications

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Telecommunications is an industry sector that includes companies that transmit data in words, voice, audio, or video around the world. It includes: Wired networks that provide landline phones, cable TV, and internet to homes and businesses. Wireless service providers that

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New Career Cluster Videos

Students and others exploring their career options will find CareerOneStop’s newly released career cluster / industry videos a fun and informative way to learn about major categories of work.

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Looking for a career that fits your true self?

CareerOneStop is excited to announce the new Work Values Matcher—an online card sort that can help you figure out which aspects of your working life matter most to you.

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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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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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What are the 5 most in-demand career certifications? (Hint, they’re all in healthcare)

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CareerOneStop recently searched a sample of 897,000 job postings nationwide for the most in-demand certifications.

Learn about the top 5- all related to healthcare careers.

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Explore careers outside a 4-year degree

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Want to find a career path that doesn’t require a 4 year degree?

You can use CareerOneStop to develop a plan for your future career.

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New year, new resume

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If looking for new work is part of your 2020 plans, read on for some ideas to help you revise your current resume skillfully, and make the kind of impact on the reader that you really hope for.

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Hanker to help others? Find your career

Senior woman listening to a client or patient.

If a career focused on helping others is your goal, you will find a wide variety of meaningful careers available to explore.

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