The Department of Labor’s electronic tools assist millions of Americans every month with their employment-related needs.  These Web-based tools provide solutions for unemployed workers, career counselors, economic developers, educators, parents, students, businesses, workforce professionals, and job seekers.

The ETA Electronic Tools (E-Tools) Guide was created to provide an easy reference to ETA's suite of online career tools, including a re-designed CareerOneStop website, a new Credentials Center, and CareerOneStop's mobile apps and tools.

CareerOneStop banner with logo and saying your source for career exploration training and jobs

The E-Tools Guide assists:

  • Jobseekers
  • Students
  • Workforce professionals, and
  • Businesses.

ETA also has released short, 15-minute video demonstrations of seven of their most popular online tools: 

  • CareerOneStop
  • mySkills myFuture
  • Veterans ReEmployment Portal
  • Worker ReEmployment Portal
  • Healthcare Virtual Career Network 
  • My Next Move, and
  • My Next Move for Veterans.

The one page Data Tools Checklist contains a table that outlines commonly used data tool websites with their description and url links.  The list includes search engines and job posting sites for expanding job search efforts, as well as sources for finding occupational projections, skill inventories and demographic information.

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