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Virginia Employment Resource Guide
Looking for a new job? Want to change careers? The Virginia Workforce Network can connect you to resources in your area to help you find a job, get training or help you identify the education you need to improve your career.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Provides both national and local resources as well as tools like a skills/interest profiler, tips for updating skills, networking ideas, and much more.

Career Resource Center
Investigate online degrees and universities, jobs and occupations, and entrepreneurial opportunities.

College Grad Job Hunter
Links and advice for process of getting an entry level position—from exploring careers to negotiating salary.

Career and job search advice. The online complement to the Job Choices publications.

Occupational Information Network
Search by occupations or skills, find education requirements, job characteristics and average salaries, and links to related job sites.

The Riley Guide: Exploring Career Options
Resource list covering career and occupational guides, job prospects based on major, chossing a career path, changing careers, and planning and managing a career.

The Riley Guide: Internships, Apprenticeships, & Volunteer Opportunities
Links to internships, fellowships, study/experience abroad, apprenticeships, the Jobs Corps, and volunteer opportunities.
Explore a career with the federal government.

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Virginia Health Careers Manual
The career information in this manual is arranged according to fields of study. If you have a particular interest, this "one-stop shopping" approach will help you learn about a variety of related career opportunities in one section.

Academic Info
Education Resources & Subject Guides since 1998.