|Posted: Jul 06,2010 05:56PM|
The internet provides us all a tremendous amount of information about opportunities for youth in the workforce. Have you ever used the Department of Labor’s Career One Stop site to get more information on exploring careers for young people?
The "Students and Career Advisors" section on the Department of Labor’s Career One Stop site target students, parents, career advisors, and career changers. It seeks to provide information on skills and education required for high growing occupations as well as training and education available to prepare to go into the workforce.
If you have not used Career One Stop; what are you using to help find information on youth and the workforce? Is it helpful? What is working and what is not?