describes how to begin choosing a career.
sites to access a variety of information to help you
choose a career:
New to the workforce? Use MyNextMove.org to
learn more about career options. The site has tasks, skills,
salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Find careers through keyword search, by
browsing industries that
employ different types of workers, or through the
Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based
on a person's interests and level of work experience.
Explore new career options based on the skills you've used in a past job. With
mySkills myFuture you can compare careers, find training, and search for jobs.
Skills Profiler to create a list of
your skills and match them to job types that use those skills.
When you've got a career in mind and are ready to head to school,
find out how to pay for it, from grants and scholarships to work study to tax credits. If you've served in the military, you can information on military veterans benefits.
Career InfoNet for
national wages and employment trends, occupational
requirements, labor market conditions, millions of employer
contacts and a career resource library.
Employment & economic info
for data and analysis of Washington state's employment
conditions, economy, job market and work force.
Find out how much you can earn by exploring
Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates
which provides counts of workers and entry-level, average and experienced-worker
wage estimates for more than 800 occupations. Data are displayed statewide, by metropolitan statistical area and for the balance of the state.