Choose a Career
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Know How to Go KY
Whether it's playing sports, building models, or playing an instrument, your interests today say a lot about what career you might pursue. At KnowHow2GoKY you can explore your interests and learn about matching them with jobs you may like.
SummerWorks Program: This summer jobs program for young adults, ages 16-21, in Metro Louisville, is funded by donations from local individuals, foundations and business leaders, and job commitments from employers. The vision is to place these young people in jobs that will increase their skills, offer career exploration and prepare them for the workforce.
The Career Calculator is a free online tool that provides the latest job and education data for the Louisville region. Try it now! Hear what local students and young professionals say about it in this video >>>
At IndianaCareerConnect you can research specific occupations, learn about what career best suits you, and explore the current local job market including wages, employment projections and educational requirements. View a guide to the steps you should take to follow the path of selecting the ideal career or occupation.
The Kentucky Indiana Exchange
The Kentucky Indiana Exchange provides you with valuable and current information about jobs in the Kentuckiana region. Find current regional salary ranges for occupations, jobs that are easiest/most difficult to fill, fastest-growing jobs, which jobs are most in demand, skills that are difficult to recruit, hiring outlooks and much more.
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U. S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration, offers you the opportunity to explore online career videos to learn about the education and training required for various occupations.
Dictionary of Occupational Titles
The U.S. Department of Labor offers a Dictionary of Occupational Titles where you can find a job title and job description in a number of ways.