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Occupational

 

Occupational Wellbeing is expressed by the degree of personal satisfaction and enrichment in our life through our occupation. Enhancing our occupational wellbeing may include finding a job that integrates and balances our skills and interests, or discovering a more satisfying way to incorporate our skills and interests into our current career. It also may encompass maintaining a suitable balance between work and other dimensions of our life. Finding a healthy way to integrate work into our life can enhance personal satisfaction and overall wellbeing.

What You'll Find

Follow the drop downs to learn more about career building tips from Global Campus career counselor, Chris Miller, how to practice mindfulness, and supporting mental health in the workplace. 

Career Search Resources

  • O*NET®- The nation's primary source of occupational information. The O*NET database, contains information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors, and it also provides the basis for our Career Exploration Tools.
  • Job Central- Helping to find jobs in your areas of interest. General information and resources about the National Labor Exchange and job opportunities.
  • Career One Stop- Truly a one stop shop for career exploration, education and trainings, job searches, resume/interview tips and general information on salary and benefits.
  • Careers.wa.gov- Includes a job search function for Washington, Career & Life in Washington, State Employee Information, and professional development resources.

Career Services for Targeted Populations