Research Your Work Options
You *always* have many options, no matter your education or skill level.
Whether working on a GED or English, a degree program, just graduated or just looking for a job, you always have many possibilities.
|All Interest Areas Have Jobs At All Levels of Education
|Arts & Humanities
Arts, Design, Education, Entertainment,
Legal, Library, Media, Sports, Training
Practitioners, Information & Records,
Support and Technical
|Business & Management
Business and Financial Operations,
Management, Office Support, Sales
Food Preparation and Service, Military,
Personal Care, Protective & Security
|Industry & Manufacturing
Building & Grounds, Construction & Extraction,
Installation, Maintenance, Repair, Production, Transportation, Material Moving
|Science & Math
Architecture, Computer & Math,
Engineering, Farming, Fishing,
Forestry, Life, Physical & Social Science
//Surf Tried and True Career Advice//
- Aligning Your Story With Their Story – A Key To Successful Interviewing: we all know to rehearse interviews. Here’s some very practical advice to the most common questions you *must* have a compelling answer for.
- No job experience? Some college? Discover your skills. — every college course you pass had practice and experience with at least one essential job skill.
- Coursework –> Job Skill Translator (Downloadable PDF)
- Information Management: Not Just for Secretaries! The information explosion has made each and every upwardly mobile job about information management. Even modern CEOs have to do the lion’s share of their own scheduling, writing, and information organizing. You should, too.