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The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is a career resource offering information on the hundreds of occupations that provide the overwhelming majority of jobs in the United States. Each occupational profile describes the duties required by the occupation, the work environment of that occupation, the typical education and training needed to enter the occupation, the median pay for workers in the occupation, and the job outlook into the next 10 years for that occupation. Each profile is in a standard format that makes it easy to compare occupations.
Provides the most current information available on careers in the United States and Canada to people of all ages and all stages of career development. Each volume covers a career cluster and its common career pathways. Job profiles cover the following: job facts, nature of work, work environment, education, licenses, certification, and training, job outlook, similar occupations, and sources of additional information.
CareerOneStop is the flagship career, training, and job search website for the U.S. Department of Labor and offers variety of free online tools, information and resources. Features state-specific salary information.
How do I find information about a company's benefits & salaries?
Corporate Web Sites Features: Many employers, particularly large corporations, will provide some type of information about the benefits and compensation they offer employees. Go to the web site for the company you are researching (www.ibm.com,www.disney.com, etc.) and locate their employment or recruiting pages for more information. Collective Bargaining AgreementsFeatures: A collection of CBAs on file with the Office of Labor Management Standards.
FreeERISA Features: Allows the user to search through Federal filings of pension plan and welfare/benefits plans of U.S. companies.
Internet Employment SitesFeatures: Some employers will list a salary range or benefits for currently available positions via the Internet. Jobstar CaliforniaFeatures: Links to over 300 salary surveys on the Internet. Salary surveys may be chosen by profession or region. Glassdoor.comFeatures: Self-reported job titles and corresponding salaries for companies around the world.
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