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Use these resources to learn about jobs, occupations, wages, the labor market and more.
College Central podcast: Advice and tips for every-level job seekers
Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corp.: Build your success by connecting with up-to-date skills and certifications businesses require.
Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation: DLLR provides information on the many programs and services available to job seekers in Maryland, including wages and labor market conditions.
Glassdoor: Glassdoor provides a database of more than 8 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos to prepare for interviews, research companies and salary comparisons.
O*NET OnLine: The nation’s primary source for occupational information also has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers/students.
Career Outlook: Provide data and information on a variety of topics including occupations and industries, pay and benefits, and more.
For students with disabilities:
Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Rehabilitation Services: Offers programs and services that help people with disabilities go to work
AbilityLinks: A website specifically for job seekers with disabilities
U.S. Department of State Disability Reasonable Accommodation Division: DRAD approves, determines and implements reasonable accommodations and ensures equal access to federal programs, activities and facilities to individuals with disabilities.
Hire Heroes USA: Free résumé tools for veterans.
Veterans Administration Job Bank: Resources and services for job seeking veterans.
Military Sealift Command: Recruits transitioning military, merchant marines, maritime academy graduates and skilled entry level candidates to fill maritime job opportunities.
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Have questions about your career path? Need some advice and guidance as you explore careers?
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