Our CareerSource Chipola centers can assist you in your Job Search. Whether you’re a professional re-entering the workforce, a military veteran or looking to upgrade your skills to obtain a better job our Success Coaches can assist you with your job search needs. Our CareerSource Chipola centers offer a variety of online workshops and services that focus on helping you succeed in your job search including career exploration, resume writing, interviewing and job success skills.
Another great resource to help you with your job search is Employ Florida. Employ Florida provides job search tips, a resume builder, labor market information and access to thousands of jobs across the state. Simply go to the Employ Florida website, fill in all of your background information and either input or upload your resume. Not only will this help our Success Coaches determine your need for service, but employers who use the system to recruit employees will have accurate and up to date information about you.
To make the most of your experience with Employ Florida, get started by using the EF User Guide, which can be found by clicking here.
Here are some Valuable Tips and Additional Resources for you to explore. Click on the headings to take you directly to each site.
Career One Stop – Use this website to explore your career options and find out which careers are in high demand, salary earning potential and the education needed.
My Skills My Future – Match your occupational skills and experiences with the skills needed in other occupations.
My Next Move – Take an online interest assessment and one page profile of each occupation highlighting important knowledge, skills, abilities, technologies used, simplified salary and outlook information, and links to find specific training and employment opportunities.
Occupational Outlook – Find out what training and education you need, expected job prospects and earnings and what workers do in a particular job. Learn job search tips and information about the job market in Florida.
O’Net Online – Research what occupations are in demand, match your skills to available occupations and find out what skills are in high demand by employers.