• apply now
  • Canvas
  • mymacc
  • enroll now

Career Information

There are thousands of job-related web sites on the Internet, but research has shown that only a very small percentage of job seekers actually land a job using this method to apply for jobs. The primary reason for this is that an estimated 70 - 80% of all job openings are never advertised. Other reasons include that many of the job orders posted on the Internet are out-of-date and there is a great deal of competition for publicly advertised jobs. The Internet, however, provides a wealth of information about labor market trends, job descriptions, wage and salary information, career ladder, and advice on interviewing, crafting resumes, and other job seeking skills.



Missouri Career Centers - Division of Workforce Development
Columbia: 573-884-9024
Kirksville: 660-785-2400
Hannibal: 573-248-2526

Missouri Career Information Hotline: 800-392-2949

Missouri Career Options Project

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Division of Career Education

Missouri Department of Labor & Industrial Relations: 573-751-3633

Missouri Division of Job Development & Training: 800-877-8698

Missouri Economic Research & Information Center (MERIC): 800-347-1471

National Association of College and Employers (NACE)

Missouri Department of Labor & Industrial Relations: 573-751-3633

Missouri Division of Job Development & Training: 800-877-8698


Career Assessment

Career Perfect


Missouri Connections


Career Information/Exploration

America's Career InfoNet


Career One Stop

Manpower Talent Shortage Survey

Mapping Your Future

My Career Voyage

My Next Move

O*Net Resource Center

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Road Trip Nation

Vault Career Intelligence


What Can I do with a major in...

College Board

My plan

University of North Carolina


Job Postings

Allied Health:









Job Seeking Skills

Career Igniter

Career Lab