Choices- Career Development Program delivery system helps college and career agency clients build powerful plans as they compare, connect and choose from a vast network of work and education options.
CareerOneStop- CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration and has a number of resources to assist in career advancement.
What's Hot! What's Not! - State of Connecticut Occupations in Demand Provides some insight into the current employment trends in Connecticut
Job and Career ConneCTion- A product of the Connecticut Department of Labor's Office of Research, the most comprehensive source of information on jobs and careers available in Connecticut.
Job Search Resources - Business Council of Fairfield County
Learn How to Become ... in-depth information on how to pursue a myriad of careers, as well as how to conduct an effective job search in a variety of fields and industries. Guides include insight and advice from several experts and extensive research on different career paths.
Occupational Outlook Handbook - Very useful, basic information (such as "education required," "salaries," and "future outlook") for different careers. In the "Search by Occupation" box type in the career you have in mind. Go through the list you get. Even if you don't see your search word in the title of the documents it is a good thing to look at all of them. Your term will occur within the documents and may give you cross references to career types you may want to consider.
O*NET Online- The O*NET contains standardized and specific descriptions of occupations and careers. The O*NET database is the basis of most career related information.
Occupational Employment Statistics- By the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, this resources provides statistical information on employment and salary based on industry and geographic location.