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Career One Stop

Employment Trends

Career One Stop is designed to provide information on high growth, high demand occupations along with the skills and education needed to attain those jobs. This site is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.

CareerJournal from the Wall Street Journal

Labor Market Information State by State

EMPLOYMENT TRENDS

Labor market information includes statistics on employment, wages, industries, and other factors affecting the world of work. The links from The Riley Guide take users to labor market information for the individual states so that data can be compared across states.

State Occupational Projections

EMPLOYMENT TRENDS

CareerJournal from the Wall Street Journal

SALARY INFORMATION

This site's information on salary and hiring includes articles and salary charts for several job functions, occupational areas, and industries. Varying levels of experience within a job area from entry-level to senior management are covered. There are also articles and information on negotiations, regional pay, employment trends, and much more.

Chronicle of Higher Education in the US

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

Features links and resources for students interested in attending college in the United States. Includes a listing by state of both undergraduate and graduate programs.

CollegeNET

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

CollegeNET allows users to browse information on colleges by various criteria, including geography, tuition, and enrollment. More than 500 college applications are available to be completed and submitted online. The site also includes financial aid and scholarship information.

RWM Vocational School Database

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

This is a database of private postsecondary vocational–technical schools in all 50 states, organized by state and training programs offered. All the schools listed are state licensed or accredited, but the information is limi ted to the institution's name, address, and phone number. At the top of each state is a link to resources for that state from the U.S. Department of Education. Visually impaired users should be aware that there is a Text Only alternative to the graphic map of the United States at the top of that page.

FinAid, The Financial Aid Information Page

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

Established in 1994, FinAid is possibly the finest single source for information and resources for all types of educational financial aid. It also offers a plan for figuring out debt loads and payback, facts on scams, and alerts.

Student Aid on the Web

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

This site is a one–stop center for all of the U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs. Available in English and Spanish, this site will guide you through the process of preparing for college, selecting and applying to schools, securing funding from several sources, attending college, and repaying loans once you are through. Information is available for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students as well as parents and international students. The site links to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) for easy access and application processing. A few portions of the site require the user to create a login and password

Chronicle of Higher Education in the US

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

Features links and resources for students interested in attending college in the United States. Includes a listing by state of both undergraduate and graduate programs.

CollegeNET

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

CollegeNET allows users to browse information on colleges by various criteria, including geography, tuition, and enrollment. More than 500 college applications are available to be completed and submitted online. The site also includes financial aid and scholarship information.

RWM Vocational School Database

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

This is a database of private postsecondary vocational–technical schools in all 50 states, organized by state and training programs offered. All the schools listed are state licensed or accredited, but the information is limi ted to the institution's name, address, and phone number. At the top of each state is a link to resources for that state from the U.S. Department of Education. Visually impaired users should be aware that there is a Text Only alternative to the graphic map of the United States at the top of that page.

FinAid, The Financial Aid Information Page

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

Established in 1994, FinAid is possibly the finest single source for information and resources for all types of educational financial aid. It also offers a plan for figuring out debt loads and payback, facts on scams, and alerts.

Student Aid on the Web

EDUCATIONAL INFORMATION

This site is a one–stop center for all of the U.S. Department of Education's Federal Student Aid (FSA) programs. Available in English and Spanish, this site will guide you through the process of preparing for college, selecting and applying to schools, securing funding from several sources, attending college, and repaying loans once you are through. Information is available for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students as well as parents and international students. The site links to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS) for easy access and application processing. A few portions of the site require the user to create a login and password