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January through March 2012 Updates

Job Search

You can now search for jobs on CareerOneStop web sites. Job listings are updated daily and can be searched occupation and city, state, or ZIP code. Visit to get started!

New Veterans ReEmployment Portal

The new Veteran Worker ReEmployment website offers veterans a one-stop site for employment, training, and financial help. Visit to learn about unemployment insurance, find links to additional benefits and assistance, and locate local job search and training assistance.

Competency Model Clearinghouse

The CMC ( has a new Allied Health Competency Model and two new case studies. The model (, designed to support workforce development investments in the field, compiles competencies that can be used to prepare workers for allied health careers.

April through June 2012 Updates

Online Demos of Electronic Tools

The U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (ETA) has released short, 15-minute video demonstrations of severn of their most popular online tools. Follow the links below to access the demonstrations to them:


Job Search

Since November 2011, CareerOneStop users have been able to search for jobs at Check out our frequently asked questions.

Web Services

Did you know that any website can publish CareerOneStop data--and even re-use CareerOneStop tools directly on your site? CareerOneStop's Web Services allow anybody to obtain a wide variety of career, employment, and education data directly from CareerOneStop and deliver it in your website's own style to your own web customers. Visit CareerOneStop's Web Services page to get started.

July through September 2012 Updates

Revised Veterans Reemployment website

CareerOneStop's newly revised Veterans ReEmployment website ( offers a new look as well as many new resources and helpful informaiton for those transitioning out of the military.

Looking for resources in Spanish?

Did you know that several CareerOneStop webistes offer a Spanish translation feature? Visit the sites below and find the translation function in the upper right of each screen:


Also, visit CareerOneStop's Outreach and Training section to find brochures, information sheets, and even a poster in Spanish. Select "Spanish Language Materials" on this page: Spanish Materials.

Find certifications on O*NET's My Next Move website

Each career report in My Next Move ( and My Next Move for Veterans ( now has a "Find Certifications" feature. Discover available national certifications that are accredited, industry endorsed, related to military occupational specialties, and more. 

October through December 2012 Updates

New scholarships added to CareerOneStop's Scholarship Search

You can now search more than 6,000 scholarships including awards available for students by gender, race, ethnicity, and religion; veterans or military members; employees of specific companies; members of certain associations, and many more. Visit to get started.

CareerOneStop's Financial Aid Advisor updated

This step-by-step guide to funding options for higher education has been updated for the 2013-2014 school year. Learn about any eligibility changes that may affect you or your dependent. Visit


O*NET occupational data updated

Updates to O*NET's occupational database include 108 updated occupations in the O*NET-SOC classification system. The database also includes new and updated Work Values data for 83 occupations. Visit


Certifications Updated

Certifications have been updated in CareerOneStop. Certification information was also integrated into the Find Training feature of mySkills myFuture, My Next Move, My Next Move for Veterans, and Mi Proximo Paso. Find the CareerOneStop certification finder at


American Job Center website
The new American Job Center website provides Americans with a single access point —open 24/7—to key federal programs and critical local resources to help people find a job. The site features sections for job seekers, business, veterans, and youth. Visit


mySkills myFuture Target Occupations 
The new addition to mySkills myFuture allows users to select a specific career to explore. Check out the target occupation feature at