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External Resources

External Resources

O*NET

The Occupational Information Network is a free internet site and resource sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, which provides hundreds of in depth job descriptions with salary and educational requirements. It is highly useful for career planning and job search and an excellent reference for effective resume development.
www.onetonline.org

My Perfect Resume Career Resources

One of the web’s premier gateways for job search, career exploration and school information since 1994. The Riley Guide points to over 1600 helpful websites, most including a brief synopsis. It also provides useful data such as salaries by career area and offers original articles on topics of interest
www.myperfectresume.com/how-to/career-resources

Very Well

Use this resource to help you decide which health career is best for you by researching training, pay and a typical work day.
verywell.com/health-careers-4117256

VAULT

Provides in-depth intelligence on what it’s really like to work in an industry, company or profession—and how to position yourself to land that job. You can search current job openings, research a company, school or industry, and get the inside scoop on what it’s really like to work there.
www.vault.com

Salary.com

Browse average salary ranges for healthcare positions in your area. Salary.com gives you information on total compensation, not only what is in the paycheck but also the possible benefits and perks received on the job.
www.salary.com

Careeronestop

The U.S. Department of Labor’s comprehensive career website with information about careers and training plus job search help.
www.careeronestop.org

LinkedIn

The most popular career networking site. Discover names of people with the jobs that interest you. Find career paths for jobs of interest as well as descriptions about roles, accomplishments, professional interests and volunteer work. Learn about professional articles which are industry specific to build knowledge about a profession. Review educational paths of people successfully employed in preferred jobs, professional associations and online groups.
www.linkedIn.com

Glassdoor

A robust job-search engine with information about salaries, careers, companies, and job search methods.
www.glassdoor.com