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Minnesota Career Information System (MCIS)
Set career goals, build a resume, search for jobs, and plan your education path with this database. Resources include occupation descriptions, job search tools, college information sources including financial aid planning. Data provided is Minnesota specific. Available only on library workstations. more info.
America's Career InfoNet
Find educational requirements for different jobs. Research high-growth and high-wage occupations.
Career One Stop for Students
Learn how to get work experience and find educational opportunities that will apply toward your dream job.
Become an apprentice and learn construction skills on the job. Must have your high school diploma or GED first.
Explore engineering careers and the site's 'Hot Project!'
iSeek | MN's Career, Education & Job Resources
Explore careers, plan your education and find a job in Minnesota.
Information on more than 900 civilian and military career fields and 7,000 accredited college admissions details, plus average salaries, employment trends, and SAT advice to interviewing for a first job.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
THE most comprehensive a look at different careers that you could hope to find.
What Do You Like?
Explore careers based on what interests you. From the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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