Category: Entry-level workers

Job search checklist

Planning a job search? 

Improve your chance of success with this checklist to plan your own personalized job search.

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Apprenticeships in healthcare

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Looking for a career where you can train on the job and have a good path for advancement?

Consider an apprenticeship in healthcare.

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It’s the week to celebrate local libraries

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This week is a great week to celebrate the libraries in your community.

It’s National Library Week from April 7 to 13. 

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Be strategic with your first resume

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What does it take to make your first resume polished, professional, and focused?

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Thinking about freelancing?

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Have you thought about freelancing, or already started to build your freelance skills and business network?

CareerOneStop offers food for thought on aspects of freelancing to consider.

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Looking for a hot career for 2019?

Wondering what the hot careers will be in 2019? And once you identify them, are you curious to know how you can boost your own credentials to earn a job in an in-demand field? One good place to start is

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5 careers for people who love food

Do you love all things food? Wish you could work with and around food as a career?

Check out these five career ideas.

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Internships 101

Learn about internships and where to find them.

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Putting a music degree to work

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Whether you are studying music in an academic setting, pursuing a career in the music industry, or educating the next Mozart, you have likely been asked questions like:

I didn’t know you could study music in college. What are you going to do with your degree in music?

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How to build a professional network

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Networking is about developing relationships that could be helpful to you in your job search and your career.

Building a professional network is achievable for almost everyone, by following these steps to identify your network and develop it.

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