Internet Resources [Careers & Jobs]

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Go to resource (Agriculture - Career QA) link.

Agriculture - Career QA

CareerQA is an online question and answer resource for students to use to learn more about a career before deciding to major in it.

Go to resource (BLS Career Information) link.

BLS Career Information

Exploring Career Information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics -- 2010-11 Edition

Go to resource (Career Igniter - Resume Builder) link.

Career Igniter - Resume Builder

Create A Resume The Easy Way
Our resume builder allows you to create a professional resume in minutes. Save time and money with our easy-to-use resume builder.

Go to resource (Career Planning at About.com) link.

Career Planning at About.com

Dawn Rosenburg Mckay, author of 5 books on government employment, hosts this About.com site on how to plan your career, covering topics such as the job search, relocating, balancing work & family, employment law, workplace survival, job loss & quitting, diversity, and advising teens (and parents with teens). Offers information for job seekers of all ages, in all types of situations.

Go to resource (CareerBliss) link.

CareerBliss

Free online career community that empowers job seekers with jobs, reviews, and salaries, along with hundreds of great career advice articles written by members of our very own team. CareerBliss was started in 2008 with the goal of providing transparency in the workplace, a transparency that effectively lets our users find happiness in the workplace by getting an inside look at the reviews and salaries for over 100,000 employers. CareerBliss has been seen on Business Insider, About.com, Huffington Post, Forbes.com, AOL Jobs, Business Week, The Houston Chronicle, Seattle Pi, and thousands of other sites.

Go to resource (Colleges in Kentucky - EduTrek) link.

Colleges in Kentucky - EduTrek

When heading off to college in Kentucky, students interested in pursuing their degrees will find a wide range of schools from which to choose. There are 118 colleges and universities in Kentucky offering multiple types of degrees. Of these, 24 are public universities or colleges, 31 are private, non-profit schools and the remaining 63 are private for-profit institutions. With this range of academic offerings, Kentucky can accommodate nearly all educational needs.

Go to resource (Job Descriptions) link.

Job Descriptions

Job Descriptions is a free resource that provides you with job descriptions and job details. Our site currently contains over 13,000 job descriptions, divided into major categories, then divisions and finally into groups. This allows you to browse our massive database more easily.

Go to resource (JobStar Job Search Guide) link.

JobStar Job Search Guide

Public libraries serve the information needs of their communities. Helping job seekers get the information they need to make the right connections is a very important piece of what we do.

Job seekers need current, reliable, LOCAL information to find job openings, community services, company background, job search advice. What could be better than the Web, which hosts so much information and delivers it in seconds?

Go to resource (Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development) link.

Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development

The Cabinet for Economic Development is the primary state agency in Kentucky responsible for creating new jobs and investment in the state. Programs administered by the Cabinet are designed to support and promote economic development within the state, primarily by attracting new industries to the state, assisting in the development of existing industries, and assisting communities in preparing for economic development opportunities.

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