“Visit JobCenter.USA.gov for information about professional certifications, registered apprenticeships, occupational licenses, and other opportunities that may help you get ahead. In addition to education and training resources, you can use the job center to search for a job and learn about various career paths.”
The job searching tool is as simple as typing in the occupation and desired city. The education and training page is very detailed and covers everything from acquiring certificates to finding apprenticeships. You can look up professional certificate programs by name, organization, occupation or industry. There is also a resume & interview help section, salary information, unemployment benefits information, and more. You can browse the site as a job-seeker, veteran, youth, or as a business looking to hire.
The career paths resource is a fantastic way to see what tools and skills you need for a chosen career. This is what I was shown when I selected “Lawyer” as my career: http://www.mynextmove.org/profile/summary/23-1011.00 You can also look up occupation profiles for more information in your desired field.
This is a great resource with plenty of easily accessible information for those seeking employment.