Oregon Labor Market Information System
For many jobs, an associate's degree is required or will make workers more competitive in the job market.

Ever wondered what training programs are available or what the definition of a specific program is? Want to know where to go to get training in your area? This link provides information about training programs and institutions in Oregon.
QualityInfo Classroom Teachers can find new ways to use OLMIS in the classroom with ready-made lesson plans and teaching materials.

Helpful Links
Oregon's College is Possible website and Adult Learner College Line are resources for Oregonians thinking of returning to college to obtain skills or a degree ¿ or considering college for the first time.
The Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development provides state leadership, accountability, and technical assistance to Oregon's community colleges, WIA service delivery areas, Community Service Commission volunteer programs, and programs of the Oregon Youth Conservation Corps.
Look here for information about Oregon's university system and its seven public universities offering undergraduate and graduate education.
Look here for comprehensive information on the State's education resources, as well as listings of jobs and careers in education.
The Education Page of this site describes public education in Oregon and an overview of private colleges.
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Career schools offer a variety of courses and flexible class schedules. Learn more about Career schools here.
The benefits to postsecondary education include greater knowledge, improved skills, and more job opportunities.
This short article gives the basics of what a Community College has to offer, and provides a link to the Community College web page.
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This publication is aimed at the career planning needs of students. It contains information about how to select and prepare for a career.
Find out what occupations have a lot of job openings and how much education you need to pursue them.
Find out what occupations have a lot of job openings and how much education you need to pursue them.
Wages increase and unemployment decreases with higher levels of education.
Los altos niveles de educación hacen que los sueldos aumenten y el desempleo disminuya.
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Looking for career information and guidance for children? This site is an in-depth resource for parents of elementary through college-age students.
Are you a parent, do you work in education, or do you work with parents? This brochure is full of career guidance information for parents to help their children's career development.
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