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Labor market information
- Ohio Occupational Profiles supplies wages, skills, education and job outlook.
- Occupations by Education and Wages allows you to view occupations for education, training and wage levels you specify.
- Ohio In-Demand Occupations: An In-Demand job in Ohio means that job has good pay and a promising future based on the projected number of openings and growth.
- Ohio's Job Outlook projects industry and occupation employment.
- Occupational Trends, is a pamphlet identifying occupations with more favorable job prospects.
- The Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you about the training and education, earnings, job prospects, job duties and working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs -- such as teacher, lawyer and nurse.
- CareerOneStop allows you to explore careers and education & training resources.
- With My Skills, My Future, you can explore new career options based on the skills you have used in a past job.
- Licensed occupations in Ohio
- O*NET OnLine is a resource with occupational information, including worker attributes, job characteristics, skills search and links to other on-line career information resources.
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