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3 free resources for career development professionals

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November is National Career Development Month, and CareerOneStop is kicking it off with this list of the top three CareerOneStop resources for counselors, according to feedback from career advisors this year.

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Finding a way through career barriers

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For any job seeker who faces obstacles and frustration on their way to landing a good job, it’s worth knowing that you’re far from alone.

Find information, resources, and in-person help to overcome job search barriers.

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Revitalize your career

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Looking for an injection of new vitality into your career?

Learn insights from author Gregg Levoy, who spoke recently at the 2018 National Career Development Association conference on the subject of igniting passion in your life and career.

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5 favorite resources of workforce professionals

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CareerOneStop has resources tailored to help make your work in career exploration and job search more efficient and accurate.

The bonus is that they’re all free, whether you choose to just bookmark them, or insert into your own website.

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School counselors: meet your new favorite resource!

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Looking for solid resources to help your students advance their career planning?

Meet GetMyFuture.org, a website of career, training, and job search resources for young adults, from the U.S. Department of Labor.

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Resources for career advisors

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Are you a career counselor looking for resources to use with your students or clients

Did you know CareerOneStop offers different types of curriculum and tools to help you?

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Career resources for youth: how to get started

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Information overload is one of the biggest downsides of the information age: sometimes it seems like there are so many available resources, data, information, and advice, it can be hard to know where to get started. CareerOneStop’s GetMyFuture website for young

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