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Prepare for your career with PrepSTEP, a resource available through GALILEO.
The Career Preparation Tab lets you explore and prepare for careers. Enhance your career skills, such as communication, time management, or professionalism. Learn how to job hunt, negotiate salary, write a resume and more!
A U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored Web site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals. The main page includes links to the following categories: Explore Careers; Salaries + Benefits; Education + Training; Job Search; Resume + Interviews; People + Places to Help. The Explore Careers page includes links to self-assessments to help individuals determine their interests.
Georgia Career Information Center
A project of the Georgia Career Information Center. It contains assessments, explorations, and search strategies to help individuals determine their career interests, as well as comprehensive and accurate state and national occupational and educational information. The password needed to access the site is available from your school counselor, librarian, or an administrator.
This site helps young adults plan their next steps in life by bringing together the most recently available information about colleges, careers and military service opportunities from the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Defense, Education and Labor.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
A nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The Handbook is revised every two years. The site provides a search box, an A-Z index of jobs, and additional links to find information on specific jobs and occupations.
O*NET OnLine helps users find occupations to explore; search for occupations that use their skills; look at related occupations; view occupational summaries of the worker and requirements of the work; view details of occupations, such as skills, knowledge, interests, and activities; use crosswalks from other classification systems to find corresponding O*NET occupations; and connect to other online career information resources.