The future of American manufacturing has never been more important to our economy. Manufacturing drives opportunity, entrepreneurship, and job creation. It is also the driving economic force in Illinois. Read this article to learn more and start your job search today.
Start exploring your skills and interests while also discovering new career paths with the skills and interest surveys on Illinois workNet! Provided by the Illinois Career Information System (CIS) (brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security) these surveys are free to use at any time!
The term “competent” is defined as having suitable or sufficient skill, knowledge, experience, etc., for some purpose. So, it would make sense that credentials teach students competencies, or how to be knowledgeable on a specific topic or skill. Learn what competencies you need for a future in manufacturing.
Credentials are quickly becoming a central part to reaching career pathway goals in many industries. Credentials allow you to show completed education, learned skills and abilities, and your ability to complete specific tasks. Many credentials are now industry-recognized and allow potential employers to feel confident in your skills and experience based on which credentials you have. Learn more about credentials in manufacturing here.
Our Job Skill Guide to includes the Illinois Essential Employability Skills (IEES). Illinois workNet has a set of essential employability skills that all workers should possess. Learn more about these skills with this article.
A list of important documents for returning citizens to get when they are released.