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3 PM, December 7: EFSC's Palm Bay Campus and all classes there are canceled for the remainder of Wednesday due to a power outage. Students should check with their instructors for any impact on Final Exam schedules. Updates will be posted here, shared through Titan Alerts and social media.

Explore, Decide, Achieve, Succeed

Career Center Coordinators are available to speak to special groups in the community or at Eastern Florida classes about the various aspects of Career Planning, Exploration and Development. Contact us to arrange a custom presentation.

Click to explore career & job outlook-related resources:

Career Interest Assessment

MyPlan.com - designed to help students and professionals plan more fulfilling lives by making well-informed decisions about education and careers.

Keirsey Temperament Sorter II - According to Keirsey Temperament Theory, there are four basic temperament groups which describe human behavior. Keirsey’s four temperaments are referred to as Artisans™, Guardians™, Rationals™ and Idealists™. These four temperaments can be further subdivided, often referred to as “Character Types”. There are four types of Artisans, four types of Guardians, four types of Rationals, and four types of Idealists. 

What do you like? Match it to a career at http://www.bls.gov/k12

Explore Career Options

FloridaShines - FloridaShines makes it easy for you to learn about degrees, register for an online course, get your transcript, or check out a book from any of Florida's 40 state colleges and university libraries.

The Professional Latino Network is the perfect website for Latinos, Hispanics, Spanish speakers and bilinguals who want to explore their career opportunities, find qualification-matching jobs and achieve their highest potential.

Career Zone is where you can explore all aspects of careers.

Career Clusters allows you to identify pathways that exist within a career area.

Career overview.com offers a comprehensive information guide providing career reviews, job descriptions and employment forecasts.

Glassdoor.com Explore real job salaries as you consider careers

O-Net Resource Center is a primary source of occupational information for job seekers, employment professionals and others interested in exploring occupations.

www.college.gov - Read students experiences on getting prepared to go to college and how to pay for it.

Major Resource Kits (Bank of America) - Links academic majors to career alternatives through information on career paths and sample job titles.

Science & Technology Careers - The Kennedy Space Center showcases real-world careers through a form of online career shadowing in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and more (STEM&M). Engineers and other professionals share their career stories at http://ice3.ksc.nasa.gov

Job Market Outlook & Earnings Potential

 

Occupational Outlook Handbook uses career and occupational keywords to search the US Bureau of Labor Statistics handbook with all types of information, including future potential, salaries, education required and much more.

State of Florida, Agency for Workforce Innovation gives current employment projections and wages by industry and occupation, occupational profiles and career information.

Pathways to Career Success offers a detailed listing of occupations, salary and job growth information, as well as the skills and education required for specific careers.

Career Guide to Industries provides information on available careers by industry, training and advancement, earnings and benefits, and employment outlook.

Vocational Information Center is a career exploration resource for jobseekers wanting to learn more about vocational and technical careers. Check out skills employers want, find a trade school, research technical topics and review the job market. Free to job-seekers.

Occupational profiles - Get the inside scoop on the compensation, career path, skills required and other key information of “hot” occupations.

Job profiles - Find advice from real people who have submitted profiles of their jobs and career. Contains information about the rewards they get from their jobs, job stresses, challenges for the future and advice for entering the field.

Job Search Online Tools

College Central Network Services is the primary job posting service for Eastern Florida State College students and alumni and is the nation’s largest network of college-based job seekers.

CareerSource Brevard, formerly known as Workforce Brevard, is the area's authority on workforce development, providing comprehensive services, labor market information and access to resources for businesses and job seekers.

America’s Job Bank is a one-stop career resources connection for job banks.

www.careerbuilder.com allows you to search 1.6 million jobs online.

Glassdoor.com Access millions of job listings plus a growing database of 6 million company reviews, CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview reviews and questions, benefits reviews, office photos and more.

www.monster.com offers resources to create a killer resume, search for jobs, prepare for interviews and launch your career.

Job Bank USA specializes in providing employment and resume information services to job candidates, employers and recruitment firms.

Simply Hired allows you to search for job openings by category.

www.usajobs.opm.gov has federal job listings and online applications.

www.employflorida.com is a powerful online market exchange tool specifically designed for employers, job seekers, student training providers, workforce customer service representatives and others seeking benefits and services.

www.ziprecruiter.com/college-jobs Designed to help college students get better results with their job search.  

www.getbetterjob.com These job offers will create a steady platform for career lift-off for students and an opportunity to expand new horizons.

 

 
 
 
 

Weekly Job Listings

 
 
 
 

We want to help you find a job. EFSC students and alumni can check the current listings and easily click to see details through their College Central Account. You can create an account if needed using your Student ID (B number).