Career Exploration Tools

WA State Hard Times Resources

This website provides a comprehensive overview of resource information, including links to support services & special sections for seniors, disabled persons, & veterans. Main topics include:
  • Employment & career exploration.
  • Education & training.
  • Money management.
Tip: This website is accessible for everyone & serves as a “jump-off point” to related resources outside the WA State Hard Times homepage. Remember, links will take you away from the main page. Use your browser’s back button or click the link above to return to your starting point.

Workforce Explorer:

Career Center:
www.workforceexplorer.com/?PAGEID=3&SUBID=136
Wage Information:
www.workforceexplorer.com/cgi/career/?PAGEID=3
This website’s Career Center is a good place to explore occupations. Use it to:
  • Identify in-demand jobs.
  • Take interest & skill inventories.
  • Find out how much jobs pay.
This website’s Publications & Reports section provides wage & benefit information for various occupations.

Tip: This website is accessible for everyone & serves as a "jump-off point”" to related resources outside Workforce Explorer, both government & commercial. Check out the Quick Links to access wages & benefits information. Click on the links for students & recent graduates to begin planning your career. Use the site’s help tips to locate topics quickly.

Career One Stop

This website’s Explore Careers section provides detailed information on:
  • Career exploration.
  • Salary & benefits.
  • Education & training.
Tip: This website is accessible for everyone & serves as a “jump-off point” to related resources outside Career One Stop. Remember, links will take you away from the main page. Use your browser’s back button or click the link above to return to your starting point. Click on selected careers to find in-depth job information.

Work Source WA

This website’s home page helps you explore jobs in Washington State, including:
  • Searches by occupation, full- or part-time, & location.
  • Searches for resources by category.
  • Links to work-related resources.
Tip: This website is accessible for everyone & serves as a “jump-off point” to related resources outside Work Source WA, both government & commercial. To post resumes or contact employers, complete site registration.

Mapping Your Future:

Careership:
http://mappingyourfuture.org/planyourcareer/careership/

WA Career Bridge

This website provides links to help you find your passion, explore various careers, & find in demand jobs.

Tip: This website is accessible for everyone & serves as a “jump-off point” to related resources outside WA Career Bridge. Remember, links will take you away from the main page. Use your browser’s back button or click the link above to return to your starting point.

CheckOutaCollege.Com

This website’s Find Your Best career section provides tools to help you:
  • Explore careers.
  • Find in-demand jobs.
  • Assess your skills.
Tip: This website is accessible for everyone & serves as a “jump-off point” to related resources outside CheckOutaCollege.com. Remember, links will take you away from the main page. Use your browser’s back button or click the link above to return to your starting point.

Students.gov

This website’s Explore Careers page provides links to specialized career exploration sites.

Tip: This website is accessible for everyone, & is especially helpful for students & teachers. Consult the home page for government & student services.