Here's help for choosing a career — information about what jobs are currently available and which are likely to be available in the future in the Northland. Here you'll find how the job market in our area is doing, how it's changing, and where it's likely to go in the future so you can make a smart decision about your career. So whether you're a high school student, a college student, a parent, or someone looking to change careers, you're in the right place. You'll find occupations and employers in the region with careers where workers are currently in demand and expected to stay in demand. It even links you to education programs to prepare you for your career.
This site was created by the former iSeek Solutions organization with funding and guidance provided by Minnesota's Youth Vision Team, which is a collaborative of many agencies listed at http://mn.gov/deed/programs-services/office-youth-development/index/shared-vision/index.jsp and The Northland Works. Northland Works (comprised of Northeast Minnesota Office of Job Training, the Duluth Workforce Council, and the Northwest Wisconsin Concentrated Employment Program, Inc.) is a group that provides information to parents, students, guidance counselors, teachers, career counselors, job explorers, and employers about career opportunities and what's going to be available when the baby boomers retire. Check back regularly to keep updated about career opportunities. The site is currently sponsored by Minnesota State Colleges and Universities.