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WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO FOR A LIVING?

 

My Next Move is a supplemental website for the O*NET website below.  It allows you to search careers using keywords, by industry, or answer questions about the type of work you might enjoy to find careers that match your interests and training.

 
My Next Move
 

The O*NET Dictionary of Occupational Titles is a vast electronic treasure trove of facts and figures on almost every job in the economy, and is based on information from the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Census Bureau, and other reliable sources. It contains descriptions of 950 jobs, covering almost 100% of the workforce, from the Department of Labor’s vast Occupational Information Network database. The website below contains the most current data on earnings, growth, education, and training needed for the jobs listed. The job descriptions are organized by the Standard Occupational Classification system, which arranges job titles into clusters for easy browsing or research. 

 

JOB CENTER NETWORK

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Every two years, the U.S Department of Labor updates The Occupational Outlook Handbook with the most accurate and current details of more than 330 job descriptions covering about 90% of all workers.   The OOH website below includes essential facts about earnings, training and education, job growth, and much more.  The OOH is known to be one of the most useful, reader-reader friendly career references available.  The OOH covers current information on labor market trends, plus the following details on each job: 

 

- Earnings

- Training and education needed

- Projected growth through 2022

- Skills required

- Advancement opportunities

- Work environment

- Related jobs

 

 

OCCUPATIONAL HANDBOOK

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Bureau of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook
 
     

 

 

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The Career OneStop website is a career training and job resource developed by the United States Department of Labor.  The website provides online tools and information for job seekers, businesses, students and career advisors.

 

 
Talent Acquisition Portal
 

Welcome to The Talent Acquisition Portal®

The Talent Acquisition Portal® (TAP) is led by the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation and The National Employment Team (NET) in partnership with disABLEDperson, Inc. TAP is an online system which includes both a national talent pool of Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) candidates looking for employment and a job posting system for businesses looking to hire individuals with disabilities.

TAP is supported by the NET which includes VR Business Consultants in every state, the territories and D.C. who can partner and can provide support services to your business at the national, state and local level.  It is more important now than ever to work together for success. The Talent Acquisition Portal® brings you access to a national, state, and local centralized talent pool of individuals and veterans with disabilities through the public Vocational Rehabilitation program which serves approximately 1 million people with disabilities annually.

The Talent Acquisition Portal® was built for VR and business to work together for the success of hiring individuals with ABILITIES.

https://tapability.org

 
Portal
 

 

 

Services to Business

- Post Jobs that will reach all 80 Agencies in 50 States, Territories, and DC 
- Voluntary Self-Disclosure of Candidates 
- Resume searching and Geographic Availability of Candidates 
- Job Reporting Metrics 
- Compliance Reports 
- Preliminary Interview Capability 
- Online Job Fairs 
- Printable Transcripts 
- Partnership opportunities through The NET 
- Manual or Automated Job Postings through our API

 

 
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