3 Year-End Resources to Help Career Explorers


by Denise Felder

Warning: Blatant promotion of ISEEK projects ahead — but these make great holiday gifts for the career explorers in your life.

 

2010 MnCareers

Grab copies of the 2010 edition of MnCareers before they are gone. This award-winning annual publication is your only comprehensive, printed guide to Minnesota job search, education, and career exploration resources. The130-page magazine is easy to use for any student, dislocated worker, or career changer to find job search and training help and direction. The magazine has:

 

  • salary, growth, and employment data for 200 occupations
  • quick interest assessment and work skills information
  • employer expectations for entry-level job seekers
  • contact information for colleges and job training centers
  • services for job seekers with special needs or barriers

 

Order your copy of MnCareers today! Single copies are available for $3 each and at the discounted price of $50 per box of 25 (while supplies last).

 

Pocket-Sized Job Guide

Get your FREE copies of the Find A Job! A Job Search Guide while supplies last. This popular 36-page pocket-sized publication will guide you through the job search process. It contains information about networking, interviewing, and resumes, as well as activities to help people organize their job goals, application information, and more. This product is designed for people who are not familiar with the job search process. The Find a Job guides are free, just pay $5 shipping and handling for a box of 100.

 

Career & Training Information for IT & Manufacturing Industries

Are you looking for a new career field? Then check out the opportunities in two of Minnesota's leading industries. Two new websites, MnITCareers.org and MnManufacturingCareers.org, have in-depth career pathway and labor market information for job seekers looking for high pay, dynamic opportunities in those sectors. Both sites, produced by ISEEK, rely on fresh content and accurate data from industry leaders. Use these sites if you want to use your skills in new, exciting ways.

 

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