Whether you’re looking for a career for the first time or transitioning out of one industry into something new, career assistance services provide a lot of value to jobseekers. You’ll find services like these at colleges and trade schools as well as set up by city and municipal governments to help people find work.
First, decide what you’re looking for and what type of career will be a good match for your skills and talents. You’ll want to know if extra training is needed or if you’re ready to put together a resume and schedule interviews.
Talk to your counselor about how the services can best support you. Maybe you need introductions to companies that are hiring. Perhaps you’re looking for help with resumes or you need to sharpen your interview skills. These organizations and programs can provide customized support and lead you to great opportunities.