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New CareerOneStop Videos

CareerOneStop added more career videos and added newly-emerging careers related to the 16 career clusters.
Author(s): 
CareerOneStop
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Author(s) Organizational Affiliation: 
U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Published: 
2017
Resource Type: 
Product
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Abstract: 

Newly-created career videos from CareerOneStop give career explorers, students, and job searchers a portrait of life in hundreds of careers—from Actor to Zoologist. The videos, part of a collection depicting more than 800 careers, bring to life the responsibilities, work settings, and employment trends for a broad range of occupations. The new videos provide updated information and context for career explorers navigating today’s employment world.

All career details are based on authoritative occupation and labor market information from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Information Network (O*NET) program and the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Check out the entire collection at CareerOneStop.org/Videos, where you can browse videos organized by career cluster, or select “New career videos” to see only the updated collection. Essential facts are shown on screen—including current wages, employment outlook, and education requirements—to give viewers an immediate snapshot of the field. Video transcripts are also available in Spanish. 

Benefits and Uses: 

The CareerOneStop video collections provides short clips for a adult learners looking to start or change their careers and search thousands of job listings in your area or across the country. Adult Learners can learn about fields in high demand, take an assessment, looks at the different career options, and make a career plan. The site also allows learners to find out about High School Diplomas, certifications, licenses, schools, financial aid, and scholarships.

Adults are able to customize the results to find local information to meet their needs. Teachers of adult learners can use this site to provide students a starting point to explore and learn about workforce opportunities. 

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