LearningExpress Library is an easy-to-use online test prep resource that helps people improve their core academic skills, earn a high school equivalency, prepare for college, join the military, obtain occupational certification, find a job, change careers, become U.S. citizens, and much more.
Targeted Learning Centers:
- College admissions and placement exams (ACT®, SAT®, AP® and TOEFL®)
- Academic skills improvement for 4th-grade skills level through college (reading, writing, math, science)
- Graduate School Admissions exams (DAT®, GRE®, GMAT®, LSAT®, MAT® and MCAT®)
- Adult learning (reading, writing, math) with U.S. citizenship test prep
- High school equivalency (GED®, HiSET® and TASC™) test prep
- Spanish-language content academic skills improvement as well as GED® and U.S. citizenship test prep
- Occupational certification exam prep for careers in nursing and allied health, military, law enforcement, education, and the trades
Provides links and information about careers, cities and towns, and colleges, universities, and trade schools. The career directory presents information on hundreds of employment categories and thousands of schools, to help people find and pursue careers of interest to them.
This site allows visitors to research federal agencies and government careers as well as provide practical tips for completing your application. This site does not post job announcements or accept applications.
A primary source of occupational information. Provides a database that is the basis for Career Exploration Tools, a set of valuable assessment instruments for workers and students looking to find or change careers. Identifies bright outlook occupations and green occupations.
Describes nature of each occupation's work, number of people employed in the US, training and other qualifications, job outlook, earnings, and sources of additional information. Provided by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Each article offers detailed career information, sidebars, and other user-friendly features, including a new Career Ladder, which shows common career paths for each profession, and new sections, such as Unions and Associations and Tips for Entry.
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Resources about job crafting and focusing one's job to one's calling:
You 2.0: How to Build a Better Brain - recording and transcript of episode of The Hidden Brain that originally aired July 31, 2017. Series host Shankar Vedantam interviewed Amy Wrzesniewski, professor of organizational behavior at the Yale School of Management, who studies work and something that she calls job crafting. Job crafting can help you make the job that you have right now more meaningful and more satisfying.