Category: Entry-level workers

Try out manufacturing for a day

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October’s National Manufacturing Day aims to “inspire the next generation of manufacturers.”

There are more than 2,500 events scheduled throughout the country on October 5.

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Why you should consider an apprenticeship

An apprenticeship combines a full-time job with training—and can prepare you to enter a specialized career field. Apprenticeships are a great way for entry-level workers to get started in a number of well-paying occupations in industries like manufacturing, construction, health care,

Why you should research salaries before you job hunt

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Whatever stage of your job search you’re in—from just getting started to negotiating an offer—it’s a great idea to understand typical salary ranges for the careers you’re interested in.

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5 great careers for animal lovers

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Love animals? 

Take a look at this list of careers that will keep you around animals nearly every day of your work life.

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Find a summer job!

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Having a summer job means earning a paycheck, gaining work skills, meeting new people, and may even be a lot of fun.

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Career Profile: Administrative Professionals

National Administrative Professionals’ Day is observed on April 25 this year.

Not only is it a great day to appreciate the work of individuals in these fields, but it’s also a chance to consider a career as a secretary or administrative assistant.

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Research your local job market

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Did you know CareerOneStop offers a collection of reports to help you better understand the employment climate where you live?

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5 high-pay careers you can enter with a two-year degree

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There’s plenty of research showing that the more education you have, the more likely you are to earn a higher salary .

But what if you’re not sure you’re up for earning a four-year bachelor’s degree?  there are many careers that require two-year associate’s degrees and offer opportunities to earn good wages.

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Career and Technical Education Month

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February is Career and Technical Education Month.

Want to learn more about the benefits of career and technical education for students and adult workers?

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New career tools in CareerOneStop Mobile

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CareerOneStop’s free app for your mobile devices now includes 32 career tools!

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