• Nebraska Career Connections-Nebraska Career Connections provides educational and career planning resources that bring together all Nebraskans – students, parents, educators, adult job seekers, and employers. The site will be continually updated and expanded, so check back often for new information and tools that will guide your college and career plans.

    The services offered provide strong support for Nebraska’s workforce and economic development priorities. By taking part in Nebraska Career Connections you will help build a bigger and brighter future for the state!

    Career Browser- With an extremely useful questionnaire, just fill out a few questions to find a career that fits your interests that you may never have even thought of! Also information about each career is included in this site.

    Occupational Outlook Handbook- Careers from A to Z! The Occupational Outlook Handbook has a lot of useful information including - general job info, employment,job outlook,earnings and training requirements.

    Princeton Review Online- This site has 25 links and sub links to help you find colleges, take ACT and SAT tests. Princeton Review will help you if you are trying to find a career, go to college, or pursue medical, law, business, or graduate schools.

    Career Resource Center- The career resource Center is a complete index of employment related web sites. There are over 7500 links to jobs with major employers, jobs posted in major newspapers, and jobs in internet news groups as well. you can find links to state employment offices along with career advice.

    UNL Career Services- this site offers twelve links to job related web sites. Ranging from alumni services to graduate school information to career exploration. You can submit a web registration or new job vacancies. E-mail your resume to a future employer or attend a live interview on campus.

    Nebraska Career Link- With 13 different links, Nebraska Career Links provides all the different types of careers in Nebraska. It also shows what jobs are available right now.

    Bureau of Labor Statistics- Here you can find information and statistics about jobs nation wide. Also find regional employment figures and job outlook for specific jobs in different parts of the country.

    Career Mosaic- This site offers a wide variety of job finding opportunities. Also has online job fairs and job searches as well as some job appllications

    Everycloud Marketplace -It is a marketplace that places tech job offers in IT sphere. It can be very helpful for students who plan their career in online sphere.

    Cool Works-A website connecting you to over 50,000 jobs in great places. Includes and employer index and job count for your use. It also includes a recruiter schedule and dates and locations for job fairs. Ther is also a job list for specific states.

    Schools in the USA- A one-stop career resource for students to access personality assessment test, and nearly 1,000 detailed career profiles, resume builder and more!

    Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH), 2010-11 Edition

    For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you:

    • the training and education needed
    • earnings
    • expected job prospects
    • what workers do on the job
    • working conditions