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Virtual Career Center

Research Careers*

These sites are particularly useful if you are considering switching careers. After you identify potential occupations that meet your interests and skills, you can learn more about specific job tasks, training requirements, average wages, and more.

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Take an Online Interest Assessment:

Take a few of these free on line assessments to learn more about your career preferences. These tools can be helpful in identifying your interests, strengths and finding careers you will find satisfying.

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Job Search and Job Boards

Start looking for your dream job – here are some Internet job search sites to get you started. Don’t rely just on job boards in your job search!

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Labor Market Information

How do your career plans fit within the local economy? Which industries are growing, and which are adding the most jobs with high wages? Look here to find the information that will help you make decisions about your next job.

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Salary Information

Research how much that new career pays!

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How to Look for Work

These sites provide a wealth of information on how to get your next job. Find suggestions for résumés and thank you letters, interviewing tips, salary negotiation strategies, ideas for staying energetic during your job search – and much more.

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We recommend research to find the hidden job market (80% of the jobs)

Job Search Over 40

Call (952) 346-4000 to register.

Networking

Networking is the most powerful tool for your job search. By making connections with other individuals from similar occupations and industries, and with other jobseekers like yourself, you will obtain job leads, job seeking tips, and support during your job search.

Attend on of EAC’s Job Seeking Skills workshops- Required skills to find a good job

Workshops

Suggested Reading

Click here for suggested reading about career exploration and job search

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