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Welcome to NECC's Library guide for careers! This guide contains information about books, ebooks, articles, streaming videos, and internet resources that will help you research jobs and professions.
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Occupational Outlook Handbook

" ...the Federal Government's premier career guidance publication since the 1940s, is used by millions of people including counselors, students, jobseekers, employment training specialists, and researchers."


 Developed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, t
he Occupation Outlook Handbook provides a detailed information about careers including projection overviews, national occupational employment and wage estimates.

Personality Assessments

 

The following links provide some short quizzes to find out your psychological type profile and your vocational interests.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

Welcome to NECC's Library guide for careers! This guide contains information about books, ebooks, articles, streaming videos, and internet resources that will help you research jobs and professions.

Resume Writing, Goal Setting, Beginning Your Job Search, Interview Skills and more.

Register for  College and Career Readiness Workshops

at Northern Essex Community College.

NECClink Online Career Services

**NECClink Online Career Services

Students and Alumni

NECClink is a system that gives NECC students and alumni access to jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities, both locally and across the United States. Students and Alumni are encouraged to create a NECClink profile in order to build resumes and cover letters, to explore industry and career related information, to view employer profiles, and to search for and apply to quality employment and experiential learning opportunities. Create an account today and explore all the services that NECClink has to offer. NECClink is offered to NECC students and alumni at no additional cost.

Student and Alumni login access and instructions:

  1. Go to: neccmass-csm.symplicity.com/students
  2. Click on “Register”
  3. Using your NECC Student ID and Student Email, fill out all required fields and supplemental information to create an account.
  4. Once you hit “Submit” an email will be sent to your email address asking you to confirm. Click the link sent to your email address to confirm your account.
  5. Once your email address is confirmed, another email will be sent with your user name and a link to create your password. Click the link.
  6. You will be brought to your homepage and prompted to set and save a password.
  7. Once your password is set, you will be able to enhance your personal and academic profile, upload documents, explore careers, have access to the Multimedia Resource Library, build resumes and cover letters, apply to jobs, research employers, and sign up for career events.

Please note: Before applying to any position on NECClink, students should review the Northern Essex Community College’s Career Services Disclaimer.

Contacts for NECClink support:

Ashley Bragger: 978-556-3946 or abragger@necc.mass.edu

Karletty Medina: 978-738-7480 or kmedina@necc.mass.edu

 

Your NECC Library

Library Hours

Contact Library Staff

Directions

Call Bentley Library in Haverhill: 978-556-3400

Call Lawrence Campus Library in Lawrence: 978-738-7400

Explore Online

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics explores careers with "Do What You Like"

CareerOneStop provides assessments and employment trends from the U.S. Department of Labor

My Next Move, a partner with the American Job Center network asks "What do you want to do for a living?".

 

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