Are you tired of your dead-end job? Maybe the work bores you, maybe you're not being challenged, or maybe you don't make enough money. When it comes time to shift gears and get a new career, the MySkills MyFuture site can help.
MySkills MyFuture wants to help you "build a bridge to your new career." All you need to do is tell it what jobs you've help in the past and the site will search for careers that use or require your skill sets. Sift through the options, get clicking and learn more about different fields that interest you.
You'll see job listings, average salaries, what level of education, certifications and licensing is required, and you can compare all of that information with your current situation.
If you want even more information or need more resources, you can check out MySkills MyFuture's parent site Career One Stop, which is sponsored by the Department of Labor.
Here, there are special sections for veterans, entry-level workers, those with disabilities, students, those who have been laid off and older workers. You can also get connected with training programs and certification classes, and much more.