Other U.S. Department of Labor Resources
mySkills myFuture Brochure
This brochure provides an overview of the new mySkills myFuture website (PDF, color).
mySkills myFuture Information Sheet
This flyer offers information on what mySkills myFuture can do for you (PDF, color).
mySkills myFuture Poster
This 11x17 poster is great to hang on the wall to display the new mySkills myFuture website (PDF, color).
My Next Move
This is a recording of a live webinar showcasing the My Next Move website (recorded webinar).
Career Video Challenge
This flyer describes the Career Video Challenge designed to find the best Career Videos across the Nation. (PDF, color).
Tools for America’s Job Seekers Challenge
This flyer describes the Tools for America’s Job Seekers Challenge which was designed to help the Workforce System discover the most effective online job tools (PDF, color).
This flyer highlights national networking opportunities and up-to-date information on innovative solutions and ideas (PDF, color).
Learn about the Industry Competency Model initiative in this brochure. (PDF, color).
This flyer explains all the different US DOL web sites in english and spanish. (PDF, color).
Finding the Right Tool – this chart identifies the U. S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration Web sites that are most helpful for key user groups (PDF, color).
Toll-Free Help Line (US2-JOBS)
This tri-fold can help if you need information on employment services and job training in your community (PDF, color).
O*NET Career Exploration Tools
This one page flyer explains The O*NET® Career Exploration Tools - assessment instruments designed for career counseling, career planning, and career exploration (PDF, color).
O*NET Desk Guide
This flyer walks you through O*NET OnLine, which enables viewers to find information in the O*NET database. O*NET offers information about the skills, knowledge, and abilities needed for different occupations (PDF, color).
Bureau of Labor Statistics Internet Links
This flyer provides links to resources available from the U.S Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (PDF, color).