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Job & Career ConneCTion Home   Step 4: Search for Jobs & Employers September 2, 2015  
 5 Steps
Step 1 Find an Occupation
that is Right for You
Step 2 Learn About an Occupation
Step 3 Search for
Education & Training
Step 4 Search for Jobs & Employers
Step 5 Job Seeker Resources
Your Next Step
This step is all about connecting you with the right kinds of employers and opportunities within your chosen occupation.
  • Connecticut's Labor Exchange (CTJob Central) allows you to search for jobs in Connecticut. Information about wage rates, employment outlook, and job listings are available by choosing an occupation that interests you.

  • Our Potential Employer Search allows you to find general information on over 140,000 Connecticut employers in one of two ways:

     Based on a desired occupation.

     By entering part or all of a company name.

  • Job Fairs offered by the Department of Labor provide opportunities to meet employers.

  • Self Employment links will provide some information on getting started in your own business.

  • VETCENTRAL allows you to search for jobs by military code, rank or branch of service.

  • Apprenticeship links provide information on how you can "earn while you learn".

  • Job Search Links are provided for some of the most popular job search sites on the Web.
 Self Employment
  Business Tools & Licensing
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