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The more you know, the better decisions you’ll make about your career. We’ve compiled this list of resources to help you take the next step.

Career Resources:

America's CAREERInfoNet: Wages and employment trends, regional market conditions, millions of nationwide contacts and the most extensive career resource library online.

California Job Journal: Career and employment information for all job seekers and a great job fair resource for Northern California.

Career Journal: The Web's premier free site for executives, it provides daily news from The Wall Street Journal and other sources for those looking for a new career or striving to improve their current one.

Career Zone: Information on a full array of careers where job seekers can assess themselves to determine what kinds of jobs they're best suited for.

Central Florida Employment Council: Take this gateway to job resources in Central Florida.

Diversity Job Fair Schedule: Along with America's premier companies, more and better candidates attend these job fair events. Select a city for a list of the diversity job fairs coming to your area. Guidance on using the Internet to enhance your job search, and a library of articles on job search issues.

Job Star Central: Job search guide from your local public library that offers global, national and regional employment resources. Bimonthly newsletter with career advice.

Quintessential Careers: All the tools you need to conduct successful searches for careers, jobs and colleges.

The Riley Guide: Directory of employment Internet information sources and services with instructions on how best to use the Web to gain an advantage. Topics include cover letters and resumes, employer research, job listings, e-networking and much more.

Wharton School of Publishing: A source of timely, relevant books to help companies and knowledge workers find new ideas for growing and managing performance in today's rapidly changing business environment.

Working Mother: A full array of resources geared to serve the 60 million women who work, lead and make key decisions in the business world while raising a family.

Resume Tips:

ResumeMaker Deluxe Edition: Explore the #1 selling resume and job search software. It includes sample resumes, cover letters, interview tips and more.

Free Resume Critique: Get free advice from expert Peter Newfield and Career Resumes. Have your resume professionally written and delivered to you quickly online. Free email accounts to help job seekers keep their searches confidential.

Public Speaking Skills:

Toastmasters: Resources and local clubs where you can work on your general speaking ability.

Public Dynamics: Contact a speaking coach who can work with you personally on wording, delivery, vitality, organization of material and fear. Phone coaching and videotape review are options. Great for interviewing skills.

Salary Guides:

Salary Wizard: Enter a zip code and find out what your skills are worth in any geographical area

America's CAREERInfoNet: A list of the highest paying occupations. Salary data for over 30,000 jobs in over 45,000 U.S. and Canadian cities. Free access to tools that allow you to compute take-home pay after taxes and other deductions, estimate future values of your 401(k), and much more. Jack Chapman, the salary coach. Compare your salary with a free customized report.

Time Management:

These sites can help you better manage your most precious resource - your time:

Personality Profiles:

Find out if your personality fits the culture of a potential employer at this site:

Organizational Diagnostics Online

Employment Statistics:

These sites can help you explore employment trends so you know what options to consider when looking for a job:

American Staffing Association

U.S. Department of Labor

The U.S. Government

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Economic Policy Institute

Staffing Industry Analysts

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