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Career Sources on the Web
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Training and education, earnings, job prospects, duties and working conditions for hundreds of jobs.
From the U.S. Department of Labor, this resource provides hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors, along with career tools and publications to help individuals in the workforce.
Browse occupations and industries, employment trends, with data from a variety of federal and state agencies and offices, and private institutions.
Career information and job search from the Wall Street Journal.
Investigate online degrees and universities, jobs and occupations, and entrepreneurial opportunities.
Learn How to Become
Wide variety of information about lots of different careers - look for online educational programs that match your career goals.
Search for jobs hiring in your area using ZipRecruiter's job search engine - the best way to find a job.
Career Resources at CCC
CCC Career Services
The CCC Office of Student Engagement provides Career Services for every step of the process. They offer resources for career exploration, job searches, resume writing, interview prep, online profiles and more. Students can make individual appointments with the Career Services Coordinator.
CAYUGA ENGAGE is also available to connect CCC students with prospective employers.
E - Portfolios
Professor Sheila Myers has developed this guide for students who wish to create an online, professional e-portfolio. Sample student e-portfolios are included.
Match your skills and interests with potential careers through these online assessment tools.
Dollars and Sense
Use this tool to determine how much money you need to make in order to live the lifestyle you want.
New York Career Zone
Explore careers related to your strengths, skills and talents. To begin, click one of six clusters
or select View All Careers.
Skills Inventory from Career OneStop
Create a list of your skills and match them to job types that need those skills. Identify occupations that use your current skills, find gaps you need to fill, or polish your resume.
Skills Profiler from O*Net
Skills Search is designed to help you use your skill set to identify occupations for exploration.