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    News and Awards Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...Forest enews Hackathon, policy moves designed to apply tech to fostercare programs FCW.com Fact Sheet First ever White House Foster Care and Technology Hackathon Whitehouse.gov Sites to help you find your new career Komando.com 4 Ways to ensure Your Work Skills Are Up-To-Date Forbes.com Volunteer Career Services in a Prison National Career Development Association 10 Things Jobseekers Should Know Disability.com How to Negotiate a Job Offer Forbes.com 43 Best Job Search Websites for 2016 CareerSherpa.net 8 Critical Career Skills for 2016 OnlineColleges.net Redesigned Career Action Resources 10 Questions visitors ask about Disability.gov Disability.gov Launches Redesigned Website and New Credentials Center BusinessWire mySkillsmyFuture suggests careers that match your...

    What's new 2015 Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...certification, or advanced degree Afford Training—Learn about financial aid, training benefits, and other sources of paying for education and training Find Your Path—Plan and meet training goals based on your unique needs and experiences, as well as labor market demand Toolkit—Access free, user-friendly tools to help locate training programs, schools, certifications, apprenticeships, occupational licenses, professional associations, American Job Centers, local job postings, and more Just like the redesigned , the Credentials Center is mobile-ready so it automatically adjusts to fit smartphone or tablet screens. Visit www..org Credentials to check out the new resources and email at info .org with your feedback or questions. The latest ’s blog You can stay up to date on...

    Employer needs Resume Guide Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...Job boards and job ads. Study postings on job boards and ads in newspapers and journals. These tell you what skills, education, and other qualifications employers are looking for. Employer websites. Company websites can be a rich source of information. Along with job postings and other career information, you'll find information on a company's history, mission, and more. Professional association websites . These websites and related publications are a great way to track trends in your field, learn what skills are in demand, and even view job postings. Reference tools. The U.S. Department of Labor publishes two resources that are excellent sources of information for your resume the Occupational Outlook Handbook and O NET Online . Social networking sites. Tools...

    What's new 2015 (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...data via the tools in our Toolkit . But did you know you can also download data directly to your own computer When you want not just search results, but an entire dataset, visit 's Data Downloads for quick links to download data free as a Microsoft Excel workbook or Microsoft Access database. Available datasets include Certifications Occupational Licenses Professional Associations Job Clubs Comprehensive and Affiliate American Job Centers State Workforce Development Boards Local Workforce Development Boards Job Search Tips for Older Workers Are you- or do you know- someone who's over 55 and searching for a job Then you probably know the challenge faced by older job seekers. But did you also know that 2016 is in some ways...

    Research Employers l Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...trends are affecting the company Employer websites. These often describe the company unit s that may be hiring in your field. They also provide details on the types of products or programs they offer. Regional or state publications Chamber of Commerce directories Manufacturers' directories by state National publications . Most libraries have copies in their business sections. National Trade Professional Associations Standard and Poor's Register of Corporations, Directors Executives The Macmillan Directory of Leading Private Companies Ward's Business Directory of Major U.S. Private Companies The titles above are just a few examples. Almost every type of field or industry has its own trade association. How many employees does the employer have What jobs does the company typically hire for...

    Maintain Your Network l Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...offer to take them out for coffee or a meal Once you get a job, thank everyone who was helpful to you. Give them your new contact information. Don't lose touch Networking is not just about getting a job. It's about ongoing career development and support. Always think about how to expand your network Join a business or professional association . They are one of the best ways to learn about trends and unadvertised jobs. Many members are eager to help job seekers and often know employers with open positions. Join online networking websites. These can connect you with potential jobs, colleagues, and business opportunities. If you attended college, contact your college alumni and career services offices. Alumni may be...

    Your qualifications Resume Guide Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...in each category Basic career assets Employment history. Positions you've held or projects you've worked on, including volunteer or recreational activities. Education, continuing education. Degrees or diplomas you've earned, and any additional courses or training you've received. Technical skills. Computer or other technical skills you're proficient in and would like to use in your next position. Other information. Professional associations, service awards, publications or presentations, relevant hobbies or volunteer activities. Unique assets you offer Your strongest skills. Things that you’re good at and particularly enjoy doing. Pay special attention to transferable skills. Your accomplishments. Achievements you’re proud of, whether they’re from jobs, volunteer work, or recreational activities. Your values. Things that are important to you, such...

    Post your resume wisely Resume Guide Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...and post resumes to their sites. Better yet, contact these employers directly. Consider regional job boards. To find these boards, type your state and the words “job board” into Google e.g., Minnesota job board or try your local library’s website. Try “aggregator” sites like Indeed.com,. These sites combine search results from job boards, company websites, professional associations, and other sources. Try professional association websites. Professional associations often post jobs for their members. View the Professional Association Finder to explore options. Check out the Job Finder , which includes four job bank sources, including your state job bank. But since experience shows it's not the best way to get noticed, it's helpful to use a few different methods...

    News and Awards past Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    News and Awards past Worker ReEmployment receives national recognition in new articles and awards. Past articles and awards Job Hunting Advice, Networking is Key , New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch First Step in Job Hunt, Know Thyself , New Baltimore Patch Nine resources for midlife job hunters , Blogher.com Guiding People back to Work , Azul7.com Outstanding Academic Title , American Library Association can help you find jobs , NWI.com Programming an Important Foreign Language , USC Daily Trojan 5 Tips to Get a Job in 2011 , Foxnews.com Resources for Job-Hunting Seniors , Wall Street Journal mySkills myFuture Adds New Tools , Business Wire Don't Let a Layoff Catch You Unprepared , Huffington Post USDOL unveils new employment web tool , Federal News Radio USDOL upgrades...

    Research Salaries l Worker ReEmployment (Worker ReEmployment )
    ...will pay for meeting your basic needs If you are applying or interviewing for jobs, you will learn What the typical pay is for entry level to experienced workers in your field What an appropriate job offer would be for your skills and experience How to answer questions about your salary requirements Use 's Salary Finder to find salary information for more than 900 different occupations. Also compare wages for your field for different regions, states or view typical wages nationwide. Other ways to learn about salaries include Your networking contacts Informational interviews Professional associations When considering a salary offer, don't forget to think about benefits . Their value can make up almost a third of your total pay package

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