CAREER CHOICESYou may not be interested in college and prefer to start your career immediately after high school. We have compiled a list of websites that will help you find jobs and/or help you decide career you would like to begin. Those that help you decide what career you want to pursue will also help the college student decide on their college major. Good luck in your future.
ALABAMA JOB LINK
CAREER ONE STOP
COUNTY GOVERMENT The job seeker should visit the Calhoun County Job Seeker Website
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT JOBS All Civil Service is not the same. Each government division has its own procedures. The Post Office Bulletin Board usually announces all Federal Civil Service jobs and applications procedures.
MAPPING YOUR FUTURE
MY FUTURE Gives information on finding a career, tools to help you get into college and military careers.
OCCUPATIONAL OUTLOOK HANDBOOK Welcome to the Nation′s premier source for career information! The profiles featured here cover hundreds of occupations and describe What They Do, Work Environment, How to Become One, Pay, and more. Each profile also includes BLS employment projections for the 2010–20 decade.
STATE GOVERNMENT JOBS A person interested in seeking employment with the State of Alabama should visit Job Service (Alabama State Employment Service) and complete application. It is located on Coleman Road in Golden Springs. The state Merit System if used in most hiring policies in the state.
TECH CAREERS Guide for Technical careers