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State of Oregon Career Information Programs & Services

The Oregon Career Information System is a complete occupational, educational and job search information system for Oregonians.

To access Oregon Career Information System ask your local WorkSource Oregon staff for a username and password. Descriptions of every Oregon postsecondary program of study or training offered in over 600 program categories. Over 150 topics of information, from admission requirements and costs to services for students with disabilities. A complete scholarship and a financial aid database that lists national, state, and local awards is available. Current employment, wages, outlook, hiring practices, preparation, and licensing, in addition to the skills, abilities, and knowledge required for each of over 550 occupation titles. CIS also includes information about self-employment, job search, industries, and the military as an employer.

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Oregon Employment Department web site provides economic information. It gives internet access to the Oregon Employment Department's information resources to help job seekers make informed decisions based on the best data available.

Occupational Informational Center Information on wages, employment projections, and employment by industry, skill sets, educational requirements, and training providers are accessible from one convenient location.

Occupation Explorer To help you to identify which occupations might be right for you, based on your preferences in such areas as wages, projected job growth, and educational requirements.

A Career Pathway is a series of connected education and training programs and student support services that enable individuals to secure a career or advance in a demand industry or occupation. Visit this page to learn more about the Career Pathways program and connect with community colleges that offer a place to take the next step.

Learn more about the necessary skills and opportunities in several occupations with green jobs in Oregon. The site provides information on courses, certificates, and degrees geared towards these green occupations that are offered through Oregon's community colleges and apprenticeship programs.

Oregon Careers publication is aimed at the career planning needs of youth. It contains information about how to select and prepare for a career.  Careers Activity Guide

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