Career Cruising - find out about possible careers, find colleges with that career
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U.S. Department of Labor Statistics - After you take the Career Cruising test, go to the website. Go to the "Publications" link at the top of the page. Then go to "Occupational Outlook Handbook" to look up your careers. MAKE SURE TO PRINT OUT SOURCES!
Go To School!
The sites listed will help you research colleges you may be interested in. They will also help you answer Question 15.
Joining the military? Click on the sites below.
Military - Click the tab labeled "Join the Military". Clink the link labeled "Military Jobs." Then click the link below labeled "ASVAB," read the section titled "About the ASVAB."
Military Pay- Remember you are an enlisted person with the lowest rank possible and no military experience. Find your monthly and yearly pay.
Will your job require training?
Community College System of New Hampshire - click on Workforce Training and then click on "WorkReadyNH"
The Work Buzz - 10 careers that require some sort of the on the job training.
Forbes - this article is about good paying jobs with high school education only.
How do I find a job:
Where do I want to live?
US News Report - Best paying cities
InfoWorld - Best paying cities for IT jobs
Boston.com - Best places in New England to raise a family
Coastal Living - Best coastal cities in New England
USA.com - Your local guide to cities, towns, neighborhoods, states, counties, metro areas, zip codes, area codes, and schools in USA.