5. Enter the Workforce
Nothing helps more with that transition to adulthood than holding down a full-time job. Your goal should be to move away from the companies that typically hire teens and young adults for part-time work to employers that can provide a future career. Here is a list of resources for young jobseekers who are ready to enter the workforce and find success. 

Snaggers are the biggest, proudest backers of America's hourly workers and employers. And they make no excuses for their enthusiasm.

Monster College is a job search engine that believes “It’s time to graduate in your career.”

Monster.com can help you find the best jobs, employers and career advice.

Job Hunt is the Guide to a Shorter and Smarter Job Search

Glassdoor allows you to search all of open position on the web. They offer personalized job salaries and will help you find the job that’s right for you.

The Prince George County's American Job Center strives to provide customer-driven workforce services for all customers. They also provide a variety of employment and support resources to assist job seekers in achieving their employment goals.

Complete this Online Job Order Form which is part of a job search engine that is powered by the Maryland Workforce Exchange – Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.

Here is a Resource Guide for the Unemployed with helpful information for Maryland Residents

Your source for career exploration, training & jobs, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Career One Stop is a proud partner of the American Job Center network.

Get Schooled is an award-winning non-profit organization that directly engages and supports young people to prepare for future success. With nearly a million members, Get Schooled offers students a range of support including high school guidance, college access support, and through JobLaunch, entry level job preparation and connections.

The Career Planning Guide (CPG) is a career-planning tool for students and a resource for parents, teachers, and school counselors who guide students in career choices.

The Maryland Workforce Exchange publishes a list of the top 15 occupations by the following education levels: Associate’s Degree and Below, Bachelor’s Degree, and Graduate Degree.

Simply Hired features One search, millions of jobs.

USAJOBS.gov Shapes America's Future. You can find your fit and your next employment opportunity in the Federal Government.

Indeed.com gives you the ability to upload your resume and get noticed by thousands of employers searching Indeed.

CareerBuilder challenges you to add your resume and let your next job find you.

Federal Jobs Digest is America’s federal newspaper since 1977 lists US Federal Government Jobs By Occupation.

Salary.com helps you unlock the power of pay.

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