|California Occupational Guides||
Statewide and regional occupational profiles published by the Employment Development Department's Labor Market Information Division (EDD/LMID).
Use the Employer Locator to find contact information about a specific employer or list of employers.
|Job Search Links||
Other job search sites not listed in the top ten list:
|Job Seeker Services||
Direct link to the Job Seeker Services section of the Sacramento Works website.
An interactive web application containing information on more than 800 occupations, based on the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) system, using hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. The detail information can be found using a variety ofmethods, including, but not limited to, searching by keyword or O*NET-SOC Code, by job family, by O*NET descriptor, by job zone, or by career cluster.
|Occupational Outlook Handbook||
Career information, designed to provide assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The handbook contains occupational information (at the national level)that includes detailed information on the nature of the work, training and advancement, employment information, and job outlook.
Gives users a reality check on what things cost in the real world. Find out how much money you will need to earn to pay for the essentials (a place to live,utilities, food, transportation, clothes, healthcare, entertainment, personal items, and other incidentals).The site also provides general information regarding how much different occupations pay and how much money you will actually take home after taxes.
|Sacramento Employment & Training Agency's (SETA) Local Training Provider List (LTPL)||
Education and training providers who currently contract with SETA. The programs offered by these providers are available for referral to customers of the One-Stop Career Center System.
|Sacramento Works, Inc. One Stop Career Centers||
Alphabetical and zip code listings of the One Stop Career Centers in Sacramento county.
|Skills Profiler (America's Career InfoNet)||
Use the Skills Profiler to create a list of your skills and match them to job types that need those skills. You can use this profile to identify occupations that use your current skills, find gaps you need to fill, or polish your resume. When your skills profile is complete, you can print it, or save it as a Microsoft Word, HTML or XML file, or as a Bookmark in your browser.
|State of California's Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL)||
Education and training providers currently included on California's ETPL. Users can use a variety of search criteria to identify a provider or program by area of interest.
|What Do You Like Interest Search||
Provides links to occupational information based on what you like to do. Primarily designed for students (K-12).