At Greater St. Cloud JobSpot, we are committed to helping job seekers find the information, the inspiration, and the position that they’re looking for in their careers.
To that end, check out this online resource from the Minnesota Department of Labor that gives you real stats and background information on careers and job positions in our area.
Using the Career and Education Explorer Tool
To use this Career and Education Explorer tool, enter your region and occupation, and go from there to find information about job descriptions, salaries and wages, current demand, and typical job titles. It will even go a step further and provide education requirements for certain careers, top industries for your selected occupation, and tell you how in demand that occupation may be in 10-years’ time. For example, use this tool if you’re wondering what the average pay for a high school teacher is, how many open nursing positions there might be in 10 years, or what type of education you’d need to pursue a career as an accountant.
If you’re considering a career change, simply choose your region and a different occupation selection, and begin browsing information on the career you’re considering.
A link at the bottom of every page lets you apply for jobs, or use JobSpot to find current openings in the St. Cloud area.
Data for this tool comes from censuses and surveys by Minnesota Labor Market Information, the U.S Census Bureau, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, and other state and federal agencies.
Combine Your New Knowledge with the Power of JobSpot
Once you have discovered the job title of the position you’re seeking or determined which industry you’d like to pursue for your career path, make use of the JobSpot search tool to find open positions in the Greater St. Cloud area. We pull job postings from a number of online listings as well as get postings from the employers themselves. Whether you’re looking for part-time, full-time, internships, or temp positions, JobSpot has access to the right opportunity for you.
Between the resources on JobSpot and the Career and Education Explorer tool, you are sure to find the information needed to land your next position.