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Addressing Employment Gaps

“The Resume Guide” was created by the Department of Career Services with input from more than 50 Massachusetts employers. The guide provides advice, tips and suggestions for creating winning resumes and cover letters. It also explains how to address employment gaps.

Find Work on your Installation


Discover how to locate and connect with Non-Appropriated Fund (NAF) employment opportunities on your installation.

Considerations for Starting a Business

These resources will help you learn about what to consider when starting a small business.

Developing a Marketing Plan

The “Marketing and sales” page on the Small Business Administration website discusses how a marketing plan relates to a small business. Developing a good marketing plan is an investment worth making.

About Continuing Education Units

Continuing Education Units, or CEUs, are necessary measures to assist professionals in maintaining their licenses.

Self-Employed and Independent Contractors

Learn more about self-employment or independent contracting. If you are considering starting a business or buying a franchise, you will find information on how to get started, how to find financing, how taxes will affect you and more.

Staying Legally Compliant

The Small Business Administration’s “Stay Legally Compliant” page is a starting point for potential entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Research hundreds of occupations to learn about job descriptions, work environments, educational and licensing requirements and salaries.

Blue Star Families

Blue Star Families provides a broad range of military spouse employment initiatives designed to support military spouses throughout their careers.

License Finder

Use the CareerOneStop License Finder tool to research your state’s rules and regulations, and identify the requirements, contact information and next steps for your current or future occupation.