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Labor Market Information Center

Labor Market Information for Career Exploration and Planning

Career Publications

Hot Careers

Occupational Data

Online Tools

South Dakota Career InSite

South Dakota Career Interest Survey

Career Publications

The LMIC publications listed are available below in Adobe PDF format. If you are interested in printed copies, please see our Ordering Publications page. However, because of a limited budget for developing and providing these materials, we encourage you to print your own materials. Having been developed with government funds, the materials are not copyrighted; please feel free to print as needed.

Unlock your career possibilities with free resources from the Labor Market Information Center (brochure introducing each of the career publications available and including an order form)

Publications Designed Specifically for Young Students

Career Peeks (activity packet for students in kindergarten through second grade)

Career Aware (activity booklet for students in grades three through five)

Career Wonders (for students in grades five through eight)

Publications for Junior High, High School Students and Adults

Bookmark of Internet Addresses

Career Destinations (designed as a tool to help students prepare for a career fair)

Occupational Profiles of Hot Careers

Pocket Resume

South Dakota Postsecondary Graduate Outcomes rack card

South Dakota Hot Careers poster

South Dakota Hot Careers flier

Occupational Data

Hot Careers

Occupational Employment Projections

Occupational Licensing Agencies in South Dakota

Occupational Wages

Occupational Wages by Educational Level Required

Online Tools

Links to Specific Resources within O*Net Online

Reality Check

Resources for Relocating to and Working in South Dakota

Postsecondary Graduate Outcomes System

South Dakota Career InSite

South Dakota Career Interest Survey (Microsoft Excel format)

Other Resources

South Dakota Career Interest Survey (Adobe PDF format) - See also the Excel format above, which is self-scoring. With the printer-friendly PDF format, users will need to respond on paper, tally their own responses and add their scores manually.