This resource challenges students to focus and strategize to find the hidden labor related vocabulary words in this interactive word search puzzle. Words disappear from the list once they are located and students can click on a word from the list to locate it if they are stumped. Attention to detail and strategizing are the skills practiced.
In this resource students are asked, "What are you interested in?" A variety of subjects are listed for them to select and a menu of associated careers in order for students to make connections between their interests and employment opportunities. Once a students clicks on their career choice the Occupational Outlook Handbook page for that occupation appears providing them with details about pay, education requirements, number of jobs, etc.
This resource allows students to select two occupations to compare salaries, skill requirements and education at a national, state an local level.
Students will explore Spanish language versions of more than 300 careers, organized into the 16 career clusters.
With this resource, students will learn 4 strategies to make their resume stand out: highlight accomplishments, sell yourself, identify tranferable skills and use key effective words.
Stduents will explore different assessements to learn about various careers. Each assessment focuses on a specific area, such as skills, interests, or values.
Choose work that reflects your values to gain career satisfaction. Read about six core values. Once a value is clicked, careers are chosen that reflect the value. Cut your own work value cards and sort them into three piles "essential," "important," or "not important" for your career needs. Take an interactive online assessment to learn more about your own work values and related careers.
- Business, Finance and Information Technology Education
- Material Type:
- Unit of Study
- U.S. Department of Labor
- Career One Stop
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