Jobs and Careers
Career Information Center »
Find descriptions of over 700 careers, including salary information, employment outlook, education and training requirements, and more.
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Especially for Job Searchers »
Learn about careers, find and apply for jobs, prepare for interviews and more.
Bureau of Labor Statistics Career Information »
Do you like building and fixing things? Is math or science your favorite subject? Find out what careers you might be interested in depending on what you like to do.
Career Resource Library »
The Career Resource Net lists information about occupations, job search strategies, workplace laws and more.
Guide to the Business of Babysitting »
This site designed to prepare teens ages 14 to 19 for the business of babysitting includes child development stages, tips on caring for kids, advice on great business practices and a fun quiz to put it all together.
Job Corps »
No-cost education and vocational training program for students ages 16 to 24 managed by the U.S. Department of Labor.
LIFE Inc. »
Join LIFE Inc. to explore career choices through an interactive book and games. Companion website to Life, Inc.: The Ultimate Career Guide for Young People by Neale Godfrey.
Youth Ready Chicago »
This program connects young people ages 14 to 24 with internships, apprenticeships and jobs in the public and private sectors of Chicago.
MyOwnBiz, administered by the Brooklyn Public Library, offers information and resources for starting your own business. From developing the concept to finding the money, each section includes an overview of the topic, a research guide and tools to help further define your ideas.
Tax Information for Students »
The Internal Revenue Service provides the answers to all your federal tax questions. The site also includes a link to the online FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) application.