Job Resource Center

Whether you or someone you know is job hunting full-time or employed and looking for a change, my office is here to help you. Listed below are links to check and see what types of federal jobs are available and also various non-profit employment opportunity resources.

 

Participating Companies at Recent Veterans' Hiring Fair

My office hosts regular job fairs pairing job seekers with employers. Below is a list of employers who participated in previous Career Fairs.


Non-Profit Employment Groups:

Federal Job Resources:

  • USA Jobs.gov- USAJOBS is the official jobsite for the US Federal Government. You can search USAJOBS to find thousands of available federal jobs, and use our search tools to narrow your results to find the job that is right for you.

  • Career OneStop – You can search for jobs and explore different career options. You can also get tips to help improve your resume and interview skills

Local Job Resources:

  • Find local help – The Department of Labor has offices all over the country that offer employment assistance programs. Find an office near you.

Resume Writing & Interview Tips. 

  • http://career-advice.monster.com/  This website provides tips on everything from how to successfully write a cover letter to how to go about salary negotiations.  There is also helpful advice about all aspects of job hunting.

  • Read Focused Jobseeking – This free publication offers guidelines for taking control of your job search.

     

Fastest Growing Occupations - What are the fastest growing occupations projected to 2018?  Are you thinking of a career change?  If so the U.S. Department of Labor has sent out this list of the fastest growing occupations.

 

Fastest Growing Occupations

Postsecondary Education / Training

Biomedical Engineers

Bachelor’s degree

Network Systems and Data Communications Analysis

Bachelor’s degree

Home Health Aides

Short-term on the-job-training

Personal and Home Care Aides

Short-term on the-job-training

Financial Examiners

Bachelor’s degree

Medical Scientists, Excerpt Epidemiologists

Doctoral degree

Physician Assistants

Master’s degree

Skin Care Specialists

Postsecondary vocational award

Biochemists and Biophysicists

Doctoral degree

Athletic Trainers

Bachelor’s degree

Physical Therapist Aides

Short-term on the-job-training

Dental Hygienists

Associate degree

Veterinary Technologists and Technicians

Associate degree

Dental Assistants

Moderate-term on the-job-training

Computer Software Engineers, Applications

Bachelor’s degree

Medical Assistants

Moderate-term on the-job-training

Physical Therapist Assistants

Associate degree

Veterinarians

First Professional Degree

Self-Enrichment Education Teachers

Work Experience in a related Occupation

Compliance Officers (except Agriculture, Construction & Health and Human Services)

Long-term on the-job-training

Occupational Therapist Aides

Short-term on the-job-training

Environmental Engineers

Bachelor’s degree

Pharmacy Technicians

Moderate-term on the-job-training

Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software

Bachelor’s degree

Survey Researchers

Bachelor’s degree

Physical Therapists

Master’s degree

Personal Financial Advisors

Bachelor’s degree

Environmental Engineering Technicians

Associate degree

Occupational Therapist Assistants

Associate degree

Fitness Trainers and Aerobic Instructors

Postsecondary Vocational Award

Source: Employment Projections Program, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics "Occupational Employment Projections to 2018," published in the November 2009 Monthly Labor Review