Hot in Ohio?
Identifying occupations with favorable job prospects is important when making
Occupational Trends, in pdf,
Also visit Education & Training
and Job Information.
Ohio Occupational Profiles supplies wages,
skills, education and job outlook.
Occupations by Education and Wages allows you
to view occupations for education, training and wage levels you specify.
Career Exploration with Job Postings,
Training and Occupational Summaries. Includes average wages, projected openings,
summary information, job postings and training options.
Job Outlook projects industry and occupation employment.
- Buckeye Top Fifty,
in pdf, lists high-wage occupations in Ohio that are in demand and are projected
to stay in demand.
- Occupational Trends,
is a pamphlet identifying occupations with more favorable job prospects.
- High Occupations
Prospects, in pdf, lists occupations with at least 50 annual openings
and the state median hourly wage, sorted by education and training
- The Occupational Outlook Handbook
tells you about the training and education, earnings, job prospects, job duties
and working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs -- such as
teacher, lawyer and nurse.
- Career Guide to Industries
provides career information by industry, including the nature of the industry,
working conditions, employment, occupations in the industry, training & advancement,
earnings & benefits and employment outlook.
- CareerOneStop allows you to
explore careers and education & training resources.
- With My Skills, My Future,
you can explore new career options based on the skills you have used in
a past job.
- Career Videos
are available for more than 500 occupations.
- Licensed Occupations in Ohio
- O*NET OnLine is a resource
with occupational information, including worker attributes, job characteristics,
skills search and links to other on-line career information resources.
- The Ohio Career Information System (OCIS)
provides national, state & local information on occupations, training & education,
and financial aid. OCIS is available at
OhioMeansJobs Centers and
many public libraries.
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