In Career Clusters resources, there are 16 Career Clusters in the National Career Clusters Model -
- Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources
- Architecture & Construction
- Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
- Business, Management & Administration
- Education & Training
- Government & Public Administration
- Health Science
- Hospitality & Tourism
- Human Services
- Information Technology
- Law, Public Safety & Security
- Marketing, Sales & Service
- Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
- Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
We have reviewed information on the following career clusters resources -
- Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Career Exploration Inventory
- Guide for Occupational Exploration Interest Inventory
- Kuder Career Planning System
- Career Clusters, the Guide for Occupational Exploration/ GOE Codes, and Holland Codes Connection
Free Career Clusters resources with each purchase.
Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook
For Doing In-Depth Research on Job Descriptions, Career Options, and Education Options
The Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook is:
- Must-read career clusters resource for counselors and teachers
- Career clusters resources are a requirement for any career advisement, counseling, or counseling program, library, or resource room
The Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook is the best career cluster resource guide available that lists information about:
- Career Clusters/ GOE Interest Groups
- Holland Codes
- ONET Codes
- Job descriptions
The Handbook has more than 6,500 job descriptions — more than in any other career research book:
- All job descriptions from the Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Plus thousands more from the ONet and Dictionary of Occupational Titles
The Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook combines information from three most authoritative occupational data sources:
- Occupational Outlook Handbook
- O*NET database
- Dictionary of Occupational Titles
How to use the Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook
The major tools to using the Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook are:
- Table of Contents
The Table of Contents lists the following interest clusters or job groupings:
- Management, Business, and Financial Operations Occupations
- Professional and Related Occupations
- Service Occupations
- Sales and Related Occupations
- Office and Administrative Support Occupations
- Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations
- Construction, Trades, and Related Workers
- Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations
- Production Occupations
- Transportation and Material Moving Occupations
- Job Opportunities in the Armed Forces
The Introduction section provides information of the following topics:
- Occupational Outlook Handbook and Job Descriptions
- O*NET and Job Descriptions
- Dictionary of Occupational Titles and Job Descriptions
- 16 GOE Interest Areas
- Holland Personality Types
- OOH Job Descriptions
From the Occupational Outlook Handbook and Job Descriptions, you receive the listing of the following topics:
- Job Title and ONET Job Numbers
- Significant Points
- Nature of the Work
- Working Conditions
- Training, Other Qualifications, and Advancement
- Job Outlook
- Related Occupations
- Sources of Additional Information
The Appendix has information about Tomorrow’s Jobs discussing changes in:
- Labor Force
- Total Openings
The Handbook are two (2) Indexes:
- Alphabetized Index of Major Job Titles from Occupational Outlook Handbook
- Alphabetized Index of ONET and DOT Job Titles
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Career Exploration Inventory
Career Exploration Inventory is a career interest inventory with career information and career planning information.
The Career Exploration Inventory, a career clusters resource:
- Is easy to read, self-scoring, self-interpreting
- Gathers career information by looking at past, present, and future activities of your life. These areas include Work, Leisure, and Learning activities.
- Helps you identify Career Clusters and GOE Interest Areas
- Provides a list of related jobs in a chart listing hundreds of job titles, career salary, career research, and career information from the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
- Provides additional career resources
- Create an Action Plan
- Help you set Short Term, Medium Term, and Long Term Goals
The Career Exploration Inventory:
- Is backed by strong validity
- Uses proven career exploration principles.
- Directs cross-reference to GOE and O’Net job reference systems.
The Scores from the Career Exploration Inventory connect you to 16 GOE career interest areas or Career Clusters with:
- Related jobs
- Education and training options
- Leisure activities listed for each interest area
Format: 8.5 x 11, 12-panel foldout, self-scoring/self-interpreting, consumable, no other components needed.
Interest Level: High School-Adult
With each Career Clusters/GOE purchase, you will receive with free career clusters resource.
Guide for Occupational Exploration Interest Inventory (GOEII)
Guide for Occupational Exploration Interest Inventory, a career clusters resource -
- Has appealing graphics
- Is easy-to-follow instructions
- Is self-scoring
- Matches your Interests to 250 Occupational Outlook Handbook and 1,000 O*NET career jobs with career salary information, career research, and career information
- Is organized around 14 GOE career interest areas
Guide for Occupational Exploration Interest Inventory provides the following information from the ORIGINAL GOE System presented in the Guide for Occupational Exploration (3rd Edition):
Step 1: Start with the following "14 Interest Areas or Career Clusters" -
- GOE Code 1: Arts, Entertainment, and Media
- GOE Code 2: Science, Math, Engineering
- GOE Code 3: Plants and Animals
- GOE Code 4: Law, Law Enforcement, and Public Security
- GOE Code 5: Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers
- Construction, Mining and Drilling
- Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
- GOE Code 6: Industrial Production
- GOE Code 7: Business Detail
- GOE Code 8: Sales &Marketing
- GOE Code 9: Recreation, Travel and Other Personal Services
- GOE Code 10: Education and Social Services
- GOE Code 11: General Management and Support
- Medical and Health Science
Step 2: Complete Inventory.
Step 3: Score profile.
Step 4: Use the "14 Interest Areas or Career Clusters" to Explore Career Options.
Step 5: Complete the Career Exploration Worksheet.
Step 6: Research career options.
Reading Level: Grade 8
Interest Level: Middle School-Adult
Kuder Career Planning System
The Kuder Career Planning System, a career cluster resource, has a Kuder Test Survey, an on-line Holland Code test, and career portfolio. The Kuder Career Planning System helps you answer the questions –
- What classes should you take now and in the next few years?
- What should you do after graduation? Should you continue with school or get a job?
- What kind of school should you attend—technical, 2-year, 4-year, other?
- What options are available to you?
- What are your interests? What do you like to do?
- What are your abilities and skills? What are you good at? What can you learn to do?
- What are your values? What is most important to you? What is important for your future career success and happiness—income, security, co-workers, environment, something else?
For Teachers, Career Counselors, and Career CoachesThe Kuder Career Planning System and Kuder Test Survey help you:
- Guide students and parents through a successful 8th grade transition
- Prepare students for a successful post-high school transition
- Increase completion and graduation rates
- Provide education and career planning guidance
- Improve student satisfaction and success
For Postsecondary Instructors and Career Counselors
The Kuder Career Planning System and the Kuder Test Survey:
- Prepare students for postsecondary education
- Highlight specific programs to students based on interests and skills
- Improve student retention rates
For Parents and Guardians
The Kuder Career Planning System and Kuder Test Survey help guide parents and students through a successful 8th grade transition and prepares students for a successful post-high school transition. Having an education and career plan in place can improve education and career satisfaction and success now and throughout one’s lifetime.
History of the Kuder Career Planning System
Since 1939, for the 65 years, Kuder Career Planning System has helped youth and adults discover their interests, skills, and work values. In addition youth and adults relate these characteristics to potential careers. Each year, millions of Kuder tests are completed worldwide. In addition to individual tests and statewide programs, thousands of schools, agencies, and businesses in the United States have adopted the Kuder Career Planning System and supporting curricula for use by their students and clients.
The goals of the Kuder Career Planning System and Kuder Test Survey are to:
- Guide students and parents through successful 8th grade and post-high school transitions
- Increase retention and graduation rates
- Provide career planning guidance and development to last a lifetime
The Kuder Career Planning System –
- Is scored automatically
- Generates an easy-to-read report is within 20-30 seconds after the final page is submitted
- Is available in either English or Spanish
The Kuder Career Planning System has three career tests. Each career test can be completed in 20 minutes or less.
Individuals can –
- Begin an test
- Stop the test
- Save the results
- Complete the test at a later time
All tests feature immediate online scoring and reporting.
The three Kuder Career Tests are –
- Kuder Career Search with Person Match or Kuder Test Survey
- Kuder Skills Test
- Super’s Work Values Inventory-Revised
Each test is completed in approximately 20 minutes.
Disclaimer: Kuder is not for Middle School or High School students. Use the MCP.
Sale Price: $34.95
Career Clusters, the Guide for Occupational Exploration/
GOE Codes, and Holland Codes Connection
The Career Clusters Resources, the Guide for Occupational Exploration/ GOE Codes, and Holland Codes Connection is a career cluster resource guide that provides information about Career Clusters, Guide for Occupational Exploration/ GOE Codes, Holland Codes, career exploration, career jobs, career salary, career research, and career information.
The Career Clusters, the Guide for Occupational Exploration/ GOE Codes, and Holland Codes Connection provides information on -
- Background of Career Clusters and Guide for Occupational Exploration/ GOE Codes
- Career Clusters, Guide for Occupational Exploration/ GOE Codes, and Holland Codes Cross-Reference Tables 1, 2, and 3
- Table 1: The Career Clusters, Guide for Occupational Exploration Codes (GOE), and the Holland Codes Cross-Reference (Sorted by Holland Codes)
- Table 2: The Career Clusters, Guide for Occupational Exploration Codes (GOE), and the Holland Codes Cross-Reference (Sorted by GEO Interest Area)
- Table 3: The Career Clusters, the Original Guide for Occupational Exploration Codes (GOE), and the Holland Codes Cross-Reference (Sorted by GEO Interest Area)
- Internet Guide for Occupational Exploration and Career Cluster Resources
- State Career Clusters Initiative
- Career Activity Files
- Career Click
- Career Cluster Frameworks
- Career Clusters
- Career Clusters & Pathways
- Career Clusters Series
- Career Prospects System
- Career Voyages
- Career Website for Students
- Cluster and Career Videos
Holland Codes and Career Clusters Resource Posters Set shows the relationships between the Holland Codes and the Department of Education Career Clusters Structure.
The benefits of the Holland Codes and Career Clusters Resource Postersare -
- Eye appealing - Is a colorful presentation
- Easy to use - Facilitates learning through the use of graphics
- Comprehensive - Shows the relationships between careers, interests, Holland Codes, and Career Clusters
- Easy to understand - Simplifies the understanding of career exploration, Holland Codes, and the Career Clusters
- Easy scoring - Sorts quickly according to likes and dislikes
- Reproducible - Print as many posters as you need
The Holland Code and Career Cluster Resource Posters are used to -
- Provide career exploration classroom activities for middle school students, children, kids, and adults who learn best using visual resources
- Identify Holland Codes and Career Clusters
- Identify characteristics of Holland Personality Types
- Sort occupations according to Holland Codes and Career Clusters
The Holland Code and Career Cluster Resource Posters comes with -
- Over 200 colorful, illustrated posters
- Updated instruction sheets
- Alphabetized poster list
- State Career Clusters/ Pathways Fact Sheet
- Super State Career Clusters/ Pathways Fact Sheet
This Holland Code and Career Clusters resource is an excellent supplement to any career education, counseling, coaching, and exploration program. Use the posters in conjunction with any career cluster or Holland Code resource.
Cost: $15/ CD-ROM
Career clusters resources.