Ohio Revised Code for publication of information regarding online education and career planning tool

Ohio Means Jobs

Access your skills and map out your career plan

Search for jobs in your area

Post your resume for Ohio employers

Check out apprenticeships

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Career One Stop

Student and career advisor

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

Contains general information about different careers, including the training and education they require, earnings potential, job prospects, what workers do on the job and working conditions.

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Career Exploration

Provides a series of links to websites which give helpful information on jobs available in Ohio.

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Occupational Finder

Lets you search for an occupation by education level, projected growth rate, 2017 median income and other categories.

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Browse Careers by Industry

Provides a search tool that allows you to search by industry.

Computer and Information Technology

Health Fields

Business & Financial

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Military Service Branches

The U.S. Military consists of five active-duty service branches and their respective Guard and Reserve units.  Together they offer a broad variety of ways to serve.

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Protect your Online Reputation

Many universities are searching online and on social media platforms such as Facebook to ‘research’ potential students during the admission process.  The resource below show how to create and protect a good online reputation.

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