“Occupations”. . .
Research hundreds of occupations to learn about job descriptions, work environments, educational and licensing requirements and salaries.
"Federal occupations by college major" provides a list of academic majors and specifies federal occupations directly related to those majors. Use this information to focus your employment search or as a planning tool for career and academic exploration.
Create a list of your skills and match them to job types.
The Department of Labor’s "My Next Move" website is an excellent, interactive resource for military spouses who are exploring their career options. Discover what career matches your interests and level of work experience, and then see what tasks, skills and salary you can expect in your new career.
The Department of Labor provides tools and resources to assist unemployed, working or transitioning military spouses in finding solutions for their particular employment needs. Check out this handy resource guide and learn more about the services available to you.
Make the best career choices by matching your interests and skills with career options that make sense for you and your lifestyle.
The Virtual Career Network can assist you in preparing and qualifying for a rewarding career in health care, green economy or transit by connecting you to the education and training you need to qualify for opportunities. Increase your job portability by choosing a career path in a growing industry with plenty of available jobs.
CareerOneStop’s 'Career Exploration, Training & Jobs' page offers self-assessments, career tools and a job search database for spouses.
Describe your interests and skills to discover which occupations are a match for you.
Learn more about yourself and your skills. Identify college majors and occupations that best fit your interests, traits, skills and abilities.
Occupational Outlook Handbook