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MyPlan
is a career exploration tool that assists students in:

  • Choosing a major, planning ahead for your first career, or in thinking about making a career change
  • Planning for careers by making well-informed decisions about educational choices
  • Exploring options, and bringing clarity and insight into figuring out what’s right for you professionally
  • Deciding on what college to go to that best suits your needs
Interesting features on MyPlan include, Top Ten Lists of:
  • Highest paying jobs in America
  • Lowest paying jobs in America
  • U.S. cities with the highest average income and Much  More!
For Free! Career Assessment Tests
When prompted, enter the license code 2RMD9GPP
Copy and paste the code – you will need it to take assessments at no charge

MyPlan User Guide

Resources

O*NET OnLine is an interactive tool for exploring and searching occupations. The O*Net database, which is available free to the public, provides the basis for career exploration tools, and a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers.

Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is the nation’s premier source of career information. The featured profiles cover hundreds of occupations and describe: The Work Environment, How to Become One, The Nature of Work, Salary, Education, etc. Each profile also includes Bureau of Labor (BLS) projections for 2010 - 2020.

CareerOneStop is a tool that helps job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals on their pathway to career success. It is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

State of Ohio Career Information:

Employment Trends in Ohio:

  • Buckeye Top Fifty lists high-wage occupations in Ohio that are in demand and are projected to stay in demand.
  • Occupational Trends is a pamphlet identifying occupations with more favorable job prospects.

Office of Unemployment Compensation (ODJFS) offers compensation for unemployed workers.

United States Department of Labor is responsible for occupational safety, wage and hour standards, unemployment insurance benefits, re-employment services, and some economic statistics.

The Occupational Supply Demand System provides information and resources that will assist with the analysis and discussion of supply and demand issues relevant to today's labor market.

Military Careers – Is a military career for you? The Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics offers extensive information on military careers, pay, responsibilities, and opportunities.

If you're thinking about a career in Information Technology, ITCareerPaths is your place to look. Learn what kinds of tech careers are in demand, what those careers are like, and how to contact employers looking for individuals with your skill set. 

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