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    •  Ohio's Labor Market Information (LMI)Website
        http://www.lmi.state.oh.us

      This is Ohio's primary website for Labor Market Information, including career information, employment and unemployment statistics, wage and occupational data. The sites also has links to Federal, State, Business, Labor and Workforce Development Information.

    • Ohio Career Tabloid
      http://10.50.143.252/Jobs/CareerTabloid.htm
        
      Located on the Ohio LMI Website, it provides access to occupational profile information including educational and training requirements of specific occupations, occupational wages, job outlook, industries in which the employment of each occupation is concentrated, and the names of related companies for job leads.

     

    America's Career InfoNet helps people make better, more informed career decisions. America's Career InfoNet is ideal for job seekers, employers, human resource specialists and workforce development specialists.

    BLS Career Information is a Bureau of Labor Statistics site designed to provide high school students with career information.

    The Military Career Guide offers information on more than 4,100 unique jobs for both officers and enlisted personnel. The site is designed to provide information about a career path in Today's Military.

    The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.  Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.

    O*NET OnLine provides access to occupational information, including worker attributes, job characteristics and links to other on-line career information resources. The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) and O*NET OnLine were developed for the US Department of Labor by the National O*NET Consortium.

    IPEDS College Opportunities On-Line (COOL) has links to more than 7,000 colleges, universities and trade schools in the United States. It is designed to help college students, future students, and their parents understand the differences between schools and how much it costs to attend them.

    This web site is the result of a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Labor and the U.S. Department of Education. It is designed to provide information on high-growth, high-demand occupations along with the skills and education needed to attain those jobs. Targeted audiences include youth, career changers, parents and career advisors.

    The Career Key gives you expert help with career choices, career changes, career planning, career development, job skills, job search, and choosing a college major or training program.  More than 5,000 people visit daily for professional career guidance.  Over 1,000 schools, colleges, libraries, and career services link to the site. 

    It helps people identify occupations that they may find satisfying, based on the similarity between their work values (such as achievement, autonomy, and conditions of work) and the characteristics of the occupations.

            Overviews of schools that offer online programs, state by state.