From Job Searches to Career Planning to Skills Measurement,
the World of Work Can Be Rough for Young People
WorkOne's Youth-Dedicated Resources Can Help You Navigate Work Issues
hen you are young, getting a good job can be a tough process. Where can you get the experience, training, and job-search skills you need? Start at this website's youth-dedicated area and your WorkOne Center. We offer all types of materials, Internet links, public computers, job fairs and resources to help you find a great job and plan your career.
WorkOne can help young people ages 14 to 24 — regardless of whether you're in school or out-of-school — who meet Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) eligibility guidelines. Contact your WorkOne Center to see if you qualify.
GET HELP FOR YOUR JOB SEARCH;
START PLANNING YOUR FUTURE — NOW
WorkOne can help you assemble the tools you need to get a great job. We give advice on resumes, cover letters, and tips on how to get a job, plus we offer a resource center crammed full of additional job search tools.
Right now is not too early — or too late — to think about your future. We have resources to assist in evaluating your skills, experience and interests so that you can judge how your attri butes compare with job opportunities.
Younger workers often have special considerations in finding jobs that fit their skills, experience and age. You can go here for help with assessments and work permits.
LIFE-LONG LEARNING KEY TO JOBS;
YOUTH SHOULD KEEP SKILLS CURRENT
Successful job seekers foster an attitude of life-long learning. Whether you need high school equivalency preparation, a college degree, or technical training, we can help find the resources to meet your educational and training goals.
There are lots of job search sites on the web, but we’ve pulled together some of the best links for you to browse and put to work for you.
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