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The Fall 2019 Newsletter features:

Employment Patterns Tool - Visit Employment Patterns to see employment by industry within any one of more than 800 occupations. Simply enter the occupation of your choice and you’ll find a list of industries that employ workers in that career. For each industry, you’ll see:

  • The official industry name. You can click the link to view a full profile of information about the industry from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
  • The share of all workers in the occupation that are employed by the industry
  • The number of workers in the occupation who were employed in the industry in 2018, followed by the number expected to be employed in 2028
  • The rate of employment growth expected over the ten years in this combination of industry and occupation

Find Your American Job Center - offers a wealth of online employment and training resources, and it’s also the source for finding in-person employment assistance at one of the thousands of American Job Centers located across the United States.


AJCs offer training referrals, career counseling, job listings, and other employment-related services at no charge to the public. Most centers have a resource room with computers, printers, and phones. Customers can access online job banks, resume software, and other job search resources.

The American Job Center system is coordinated by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration. Anybody can locate a local AJC at, or by calling ETA's toll-free help line at 1-877-US-2JOBS (TTY: 1-877-889-5267).

Resources for Diverse Populations - CareerOneStop aims to meet the career, training, and employment needs of all people across the United States. Jobseekers, students, workforce professionals, employers, and others will find online career tools, information, authoritative data, and links to related resources at

CareerOneStop also offers several targeted portals for diverse groups—with a focus on hard-to-serve populations including Veteran and Military Transition Center, Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders and the Worker ReEmployment portal.

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