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  Step 2: Learn About an Occupation   
 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
In this step we offer some tools and links that can help you find details on a specific occupation. This includes job descriptions, educational and license requirements, wage rates and employment outlook.
Here are three easy ways to get occupational information:

  School to Career Guide organizes careers into "clusters" that students or trainees identify with.
  Occupation Explorer lets you search for careers within more traditional occupation groupings.
  Utilize a Keyword Search  to find information about the occupation you are seeking.
  • Military Skills Translator  lets you use your Military Occupation Classification (MOC) to identify similar occupations in the civilian workforce you may qualify for.

 Occupation Information Links
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Internet Job Search
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Job Outlook
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