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Center For Occupational Employment Information Career Video Library



CareerOneStop Video Collection These videos, from the Center for Occupational Employment Information, provide information about careers, career clusters, industries, work options, and abilities.




center for occupational employment information career video library



A combination site that includes career choice information, online job listings, and a business directory. There is also a section for veterans and spanish speaking users. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.


The New Jersey Career Assistance Navigator contains the latest national, New Jersey and local labor market data and projections. NJCAN also includes information on job interview preparation, resume and cover letter creation, how to keep a job, Self-employment, and military occupations.


NJ Next Stop is a state site sponsored to help NJ teens, parents, and counselors learn more about career interests, career options, and the world of work. It also provides information about industries, occupations and skills that are in demand in New Jersey.


Networking in job-hunting is the process of making and using contacts with people to help you find a job. The people can be from many types of groups such as family, teachers, former co-workers, librarians, former competitors, business suppliers, employment counselors or association members. This section describes information about networking and tools useful for the networking process.


LearningExpress LibraryLearningExpress Library offers practice tests, exercises and skill-building courses for students and adults. Explore potential careers (including military service), build workplace skills, and prepare for career licensure exams. Learning centers are also available for GED preparation.


Peterson's Career PrepAccess ends 09/30/2022. Gale Presents: Peterson's Career Prep offers advice on resumes, cover letters, interviewing, and networking. Access in-depth career assessments, job searches based on assessment results, and information on higher education and certification programs.


The information outlines common career areas students enter with this major, typical employers that hire students in this field and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities. Understand that the areas and websites are representative of typical career paths associated with each major and are not an exhaustive list.


Camden County Career One-StopServices offered include job search assistance, career counseling, interviewing skills, and training and education assistance. All services are offered virtually at this time. The One-Stop Career Center of Camden County offers local information.


New Jersey Career Assistance NavigatorNew Jersey Career Assistance Navigator is a free career and labor market information website presented by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Center for Occupational Employment Information, to the residents of New Jersey.It offers extensive New Jersey information on over 550 occupations and 194 NJ occupational licenses, registrations and certifications. Also included are sections on Volunteering and Apprenticeships in NJ.


NJ Career Connections - from the NJ Dept of Labor & Workforce DevelopmentProvides users direct access to career navigation resources and interactive tools, including a job board and a career navigation module, a directory of training programs, information on hundreds of careers, and advice and guidance on a wide variety of topics.


Department of Labor and Workforce DevelopmentProvides older (ages 55+), long-term unemployed New Jersey job seekers or mature workers looking for new employment opportunities with access to free, personalized career services, including web-based information resources and in-person and virtual career coaching.


With tasks, skills, salary information, and more, this interactive tool helps job seekers and students learn more about their career options. Search by keyword; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience.


Occupational Outlook HandbookFrom the Bureau of Labor Statistics, this online government document is the primary source for in depth information about specific careers including nature of the work, working conditions, training, job outlook, and earnings.


Besides employment listings, job search sites often include resources on other aspects of job searching, including writing resumes and honing interview skills, career advice blogs, and company reviews. A sampling of such sites include Indeed, Glassdoor, LinkedIn, and Ziprecruiter.


The Immigration and Nationality Act requires that the hiring of a foreign worker will not adversely affect the wages and working conditions of U.S. workers comparably employed. To comply with the law, the U.S. Department of Labor's regulations require that the wages offered to a foreign worker must be the prevailing wage rate for the occupational classification in the area of employment. The prevailing wage rate is the average wage paid to similarly employed workers in a specific occupation in the area of intended employment.


Employers can obtain this wage rate by submitting a request to the National Prevailing Wage Center (NPWC), or by accessing other legitimate sources of information such as the Online Wage Library, available for use in some programs. The requirement to pay prevailing wages as a minimum is true of most employment-based visa programs involving the U.S. Department of Labor. In addition, the H-1B, H-1B1, and E-3 programs require the employer to pay the prevailing wage or the actual wage paid by the employer to workers with similar skills and qualifications, whichever is higher. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics has provided wage data collected under the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) program for use in the foreign labor certification process since 1998. The wage data is available on the Foreign Labor Certification Data Center Online Wage Library website.


Military OneSource is a confidential Department of Defense-funded program providing comprehensive information on every aspect of military life at no cost to active duty, National Guard, and reserve members, and their families. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, spouse employment and education, parenting and childhood services. It is a virtual extension to installation services.


Our new site, powered by OverDrive, is free with your library card. To get started enjoying eBooks, audiobooks and magazines, visit You can find helpful tools and information, as well as a link to contact support


The New Jersey Career Connections website provides users direct acccess to career navigation resources, including interactive tools and useful resources such as a directory of training programs, information on hundreds of careers, and advice and guidance on a wide variety of topics. In addition, the website will help jobseekers learn how to network, find employment, and prepare for interviews.


It offers extensive New Jersey information on over 550 occupations and 194 NJ occupational licenses, registrations and certifications. You will find a host of free career assessment inventories to help your patron select the proper occupational path based on their likes, dislikes and preferences. Also included are sections on Volunteering and Apprenticeships in NJ.


Practice tests, interactive tutorials, and ebooks for students adult learners. Includes practices tests such as GED, GRE, SAT, TEAS, and supports those looking to improve core academic skills, pass a high school equivalency test, prepare for college, join the military, obtain occupational certification, find a job, change careers, become a U.S. citizen and much more.


Investigate the concept of careers and occupations, which involve employment for the purpose of earning money. While the terms career and occupation are frequently used interchangeably, the term career more often refers to the sum of jobs held, titles earned, and work accomplished over a long period of time. People generally think of a career as involving advancement in a particular field, which distinguishes it from employment that does not have a discernible way forward to a better position. Other terms used include profession and vocation.


Gale provides resources to advance the study of careers and occupations including career databases, occupational databases, digital services, and eBooks. Gale databases include career articles and career magazines from publications that can be used to study a variety of occupations and professional development skills. Digital services help obtain skills and guide jobseekers through their job search, interview, and hiring process. Gale offers a variety of eBooks from publications about specific occupations and professional development to employment trends ideal for school, academic, and public libraries,


Gale databases offer library patrons, researchers, and educators access to credible, up-to-date content from career publications including full-text career articles and career magazines from scholarly journals, periodicals, and trade publications.


Gale provides tools for library patrons to prepare for their first entry-level job out of college, are seeking new employment, or are in a career transition. Digital services help library patrons, students, and professionals obtain skills and guide jobseekers through their job search, interview and hiring process.


Career Transitions is an online career guidance center that walks users through the job search and hiring process. Career Transitions employs a step-by-step approach to help people: 1) explore new career possibilities; 2) assess their interests and experience; 3) identify ways to improve their prospects, including networking and education; 4) prepare for a job search; and 5) search and apply for jobs.


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