Category: Entry-level workers

Career Profile: Pharmacy Technician

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Curious about a career that tends to have lots of job openings, and requires only a high school diploma to qualify? Pharmacy technicians are employed by pharmacies and hospitals to help customers get their prescriptions and make sure customer information

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Careers in agriculture and natural resources

Are you interested in farming, hunting, or conservation? If so, a job in agriculture, food, or natural resources might be right for you. Jobs in this field relate to the production, processing, marketing, distribution, financing, and development of agricultural commodities

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Employment documents: what you’ll need and where to find them

Need to find some documents for a job application or new job?  Throughout your job search you’ll probably need to access some or all of the documents below. What you’ll need for applications and resumes School and employment records. Almost

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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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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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Yes, you should advocate for your own professional development

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Whether you’re applying for jobs or thinking about how to advance or stay relevant in your current workplace, it’s always a good time to think about your short- and long-term professional development. What’s professional development?  It simply means all of

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Explore a career: Morticians and funeral directors

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This unique profession helps families and friends both mourn the death of loved ones and celebrate their lives.

Since March 11 is National Funeral Director and Mortician Recognition Day, we’ll explore what this career entails and how to get started in the field.

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Jobs that pay well

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Wondering which kinds of jobs pay the most? Check out this list of highest-paying careers* in the United States, for every level of education from high school to advanced degrees. Click on any career name to see a full profile

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It’s National Apprenticeship Week

November 15 – 21 is the 7th annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), a nationwide celebration of the value of apprenticeships.

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High-paying careers with high school education or less

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Looking for a career that pays well but has no formal education requirements, or high school only?

Find a wide variety of options on CareerOneStop.

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