Category: Entry-level workers

Internships 101

Learn about internships and where to find them.

Tagged with:

Putting a music degree to work

drummer

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?

Tagged with:

How to build a professional network

Woman on computer

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.

Tagged with:

Try out manufacturing for a day

Manufacturing workers

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.

Tagged with: , , ,

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

Woman on laptop

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.

Tagged with:

5 great careers for animal lovers

dog trainer working with a dog

Love animals? 

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

Tagged with:

Find a summer job!

Young woman barista

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

Tagged with:

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.

Tagged with:

Research your local job market

Man using computer to do career research.

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

Tagged with: