* Research 3 to 5 ideal jobs that interest you. See the Occupational Outlook Handbook for clarification on the types of things that will generally are required in that position, including daily tasks, salary, growth for industry.
* Register with your state’s local job search site. These can generally be found by typing in the name of your state dot gov . For instance, Tennessee.gov or SC.gov, then search for employment. These sites will also give you the name, address, and phone number of your local one stop career centers. Go to the local one stop and take any assessments and note any upcoming job fairs. These may include typing tests, entrance exams, work keys tests, etc. Ask questions to the career counselors about entrance exams required to apply for your positions of interest.
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