Career Information

The Ohio Means Jobs website is a valuable career resource that is free.  Create your own profile and save information about the training and education required for certain jobs, working conditions, local, state, and national salary ranges, expected job outlook, and much more.  When it comes to a career, Ohio Means Jobs allows you to Explore It, Plan It, Fund It, and Find It.  College Students can create their own profile and save information for later use.

The place to plan your future.  Students K-12 can create their own profile and save information in their backpack and edit it throughout the years.

Get started by trying one of these: 
- Take the guided tour and complete recommended activities
Create your online backpack to save and view information
- Take a career interest survey to learn about yourself
- Explore career information by a keyword or industry
- Build a budget to learn about the cost of living on your own


The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is a valuable career resource that is free and is updated every two years.  Information can be found about the training and education required for certain jobs, working conditions, local, state, and national salary ranges, expected job outlook, and much more. 

This resource is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and can help students, parents, and community members plan for a career, find new training opportunities if one has lost their job, occupational outlooks and training required, and much, much more! It is a free resource.

Men between the ages of 18-25 must be registered with the Selective Service.  According to law, men have 30 days from their 18th birthday to register with the Selective Service.  Registering with the Selective Service provides our Nation with the structure necessary to provide the most prompt, efficient, and equitable draft possible should the country need it.