The Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Department of Labor is the most comprehensive resource for researching any career. You'll be able to learn about the nature of the work, normal working conditions, average salaries, projected job outlook, and more.
CareerOneStop is also a powerful career planning tool. A central resource in the new American Job Center Network, it allows you to browse careers that are in demand, compare different occupations, create a career plan, and learn valuable resume writing and interviewing skills.
What are your skills and interests? What do you value? How will your financial needs affect your career choice? Explore the different things you should consider when assessing yourself and your career needs.
Billboards, signs and posters remain an important way for business owners to advertise their goods and services. But in many cities across the United States, some of these signs are not stuck in the grass or hung up on a wall - they are in constant motion thanks to sign spinners. People spin signs of all shapes and sizes, in all directions, to attract the attention of both pedestrians and car drivers. VOA's Faiza Elmasry reports. Faith Lapidus narrates.