We believe all students should graduate from high school ready for college, careers and life. The following resources will help students prepare to excel in the workforce.
This lesson will help students identify skills that can make someone more employable and how certain skills and education can affect future career opportunities.
In today's world, kids may have even more difficulty choosing an occupation, as additional career opportunities have evolved and expanded in our complex world. Learn how you can help prepare kids for their future.
This article discusses the characteristics of good work ethic, including consistent effort, perseverance and positive attitude. Suggestions to develop a better work ethic at home are given.
Wage growth for workers in the United States has accelerated gradually in the past two years, and a few industries are responsible for the increase.
This issue focuses on the correlation between education level and job opportunities for minorities in the Midwest.
This article focuses on identifying the consequences of borrowing and the responsibilities of loan repayment.
Additional Resources from the Fed
The Federal Reserve has a wide variety of careers available in various fields, and this lesson will allow students to consider various career opportunities that may be available to them.
From tiny private colleges to gargantuan urban universities, there are enormous implications to your choice of a school and a major. This video will help you develop a perspective and a framework for making these.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics - Occupational Employment Statistics
- Information on occupation and wage is provided.
- CFPB - Paying for College
- Browse financial guides for different college payment options.
- FAFSA - Loan Repayment Calculator
- Calculate how long it will take for you to pay back your Federal Student Loans.
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