The Seattle Public Library adds new online career search resource
The Seattle Public Library now offers access to Career Transitions, an online career resource that offers step-by-step guidance, from discovering interests to finding jobs.
Career Transitions features five guided steps to help plan and make the next move in finding a job: explore and discover occupational interests; investigate thousands of career paths; prepare a resume and list of references; find educational opportunities to increase hiring chances; and find jobs from listings across the country.
To access Career Transitions, go to www.spl.org and select the "Job hunting resources" Quick Link on the homepage. Then scroll down the page to find Career Transitions under "Career Discovery & Job Skills." A Library card and personal identification number is necessary to access Career Transitions. Users will need to create a username and password in order to save their work and continue later.
In addition to Career Transitions and other online resources, The Seattle Public Library provides job assistance through free classes on job searching, resume writing, computer skills and more. For more information call 206-386-4636 or visit www.spl.org.
For more information contact:
Andra Addison, communications director
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