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QUICK TIP: CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, is updating its career videos library.
New BLS data show percentage of workers with professional certifications and licenses.
QUICK TIP: Scholarship applications available for students who plan to teach Latin.
QUICK TIP: Find jobs by location, create and post a resume, and explore jobseeker resources.
QUICK TIP: Contact BLS if you need a speaker for presentations on the U.S. labor market.
QUICK TIP: Online tools and resources help entrepreneurs develop their ideas.
QUICK TIP: A report analyzes BLS data to explore how skills, job tasks, technology, and trade affect earnings and employment.
QUICK TIP: Mentorship opportunities available for high school students from minority groups underrepresented in medicine.
QUICK TIP: Scholarships offered to students pursuing a degree in food science.
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Jessie Cannizzaro majored in biology to be a veterinarian. But studying plants brought her back to her roots.Read more »
You’ll find wide variation in occupations, wages, and opportunities for business majors, according to data from the American Community Survey and the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.Read more »
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