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Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center is an award-winning reference database for lifelong career exploration and planning. It offers a wealth of resources for users to assess their career goals and interests, plan their education, learn workplace skills, find apprenticeships and internships, conduct a job search, and much more.

161,000 multimedia resources, including high-quality full-length videos, video clips, images, audio files, interactives, maps and science experiments.

Comprehensive collection of test-preparation tools, skill-building materials and other career and life skills resources

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Comprehensive, in-depth overview of 112 core North American industries and related jobs and careers. Current though 2010.

Customized collection of more than 250 electronic books for vocational needs

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DEW - South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce

The South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW) is responsible for paying unemployment insurance benefits, collecting unemployment taxes, helping people find jobs, matching businesses with qualified candidates, and collecting and disseminating state/federal employment statistics.

In order for online job searches to be counted towards unemployment, they must be done through the SC Works webpage. You must be logged into the SC Works site for your searchs to be logged. To create an account, you will need your email address, social security number, and work history for the last 18 months.

South Carolina Job Information - Links to SCOIS and SC Works
WORKSC - A service of the South Carolina State Library