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LinkedIn recently launched a powerful suite of tools for students to research and pursue job opportunities tailored just for them.

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

The OOH is updated yearly and has an abundance of information about 100's of occupations including:

  • Required training/education
  • Average earnings
  • Expected job prospects
  • On-the-job experiences and working conditions

Search the OOH online.

O*NET OnLine

The O*NET is another type of occupational research guide. You can research jobs by career cluster or by job prospect. You can also search by comparing your education and skills to those required by careers.

Visit the O*NET online.

 Glassdoor Logo provides great information about company salaries, reviews and interview questions for thousands of companies.

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Whether you're looking for that perfect job, that perfect employee or information on an industry or workforce, KANSASWORKS is for you.





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Everything you need to find, apply, and get an internship all in one place. 



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Reference USA is an excellent source for researching companies across the United States.  Job seekers can locate businesses they want to work for, look at company size, and locate information on their websites.  Click on the link above to check it out!



Hispanic Network

A Latino Business and Employment digital magazine with articles discussing careers, diversity and inclusion, government, higher education, and more.    

Paths in Progress

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On this podcast, we tell the stories of people in a wide variety of career paths, who pursued all kinds of college majors and minors, often with bumps and detours along the way, to get to where they are today. We talk specifically about what you can do in college to work toward your career goals, and what other factors can impact your choices throughout your education and career. Life happens, plans change, and YOU change! It will be ok, and you will find your path. We hope these stories are encouraging and help give you new ideas as you take the next steps on your own path. Learn from our stories, which like yours, are each a Path In Progress.

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