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New Mexico Career Guide

The New Mexico Career Guide is now available online as an all-in-one job seeker resource. This publication includes information broken down into 5 sections: Career Planning and Exploration, Opportunities to Explore and Gain Experience, Your Educational Opportunities, The Job Search, and New Mexico School Listings. To turn pages in this digital booklet, either click on the upper right-hand corner or on the page number at the bottom.

Career Solutions

This brochure outlines the features of the Career Solutions System (www.NMCareerSolutions.com), which is broken down into 4 main sections: Build Your Path, Career Exploration, the Job Search, and Education and Training.

New Mexico’s Occupational Outlook: New Mexico’s Best Job Options

This graphic brochure features New Mexico's fastest growing occupations, occupations with the most annual job openings, top jobs by education level, jobs with the greatest growth potential, and much more.

Looking for Work and Landing the Job: Eight Steps to Follow and Tips for Every Stage of the Job Search

This graphic brochure outlines eight steps job seekers can take in choosing a career and finding a job. Helpful tips on preparing a resume and cover letter, interviewing, and negotiating a job offer are included alongside a pocket resume that can be used as a reference on job applications and in interviews.

New Mexico’s STAR Occupations Poster

This resource is produced every two years, as new employment projections are produced. They present New Mexico’s best occupational opportunities based on projected job openings, rate of employment growth, and wages. Information on education and preparation level are also provided for reference.

 

 

 

 


Other Resources 

  • CareerOneStop CareerOneStop is a U.S. Department of Labor website filled with career and employment resources and tools for businesses, job seekers, students, and workforce professionals. https://www.careeronestop.org/
  • O*Net OnLine O*Net OnLine is a U.S. Department of Labor website with detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! https://www.onetonline.org/
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