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These resources will help you research and compare career opportunities in occupations that need skilled professionals in captioning.
You will find information on job growth, job description, skills set, wages and more.
Be sure to also check out the tools for assessing your own strengths and workplace environment preferences.
For workers and students looking to find or change careers. Information from surveys of workers, frequently updated, from the U.S. Department of Labor. (No student ID needed.)
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Basic career information for hundreds of jobs in the United States. Earnings, prospects, and information about the job markets in each state. From the U. S. Department of Labor. (No student ID needed.)
Washington Occupational Information Service (WOIS)
All about jobs, training programs, schools, and military occupations in Washington State. Compare employment and outlook in other states as well. Links to current job openings, videos about different careers, and related web resources.
Freelance Court Reporting
Select Books and Resources at Holman Library
More Print and Electronic Books