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Career Search

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Price: $0.99

Rating: 2.33/5 (3 votes)

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The most comprehensive career and salary search tool available today. Not only can you find a job opening, but you can also research over 1,000 careers including finding salary information, education profiles, and whether the occupation is expected to grow in coming years or shrink. And of course, it will give you this key information, localized to where you are, or where you want to be!

Along with the key statistics related to nearly all major areas in the United States, it answers questions such as:

* What are the highest paid occupations in your community? * What education level do nurses typically have? * Where should you live if you want to be an umpire? * What do aerospace engineers really do? * Where are the highest paying jobs for teachers? Engineers? IT Professionals?* What is the average salary of a cab driver?

Once you find the occupation of your dreams, you can even find jobs that are now available in your area. Our search engine looks at thousands of direct company websites to find current openings for you.

Great for students trying to decide what they want to do after graduating.

Great for professionals trying to understand how they compare to others in their profession.

Great for tourists who want to know what people do for work in a given location.

Great for HR professionals researching salary levels.

Great for those looking to relocate to somewhere in the United States?

Besides, aren’t you "dying" to know what morticians make? Don't you want to learn where "hot" professions like explosives workers are employed? ;-)

Give it a try! You’ll love it!

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