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California Veterans Labor Statistics and Career Resources

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The EDD Labor Market Information Division collects and analyzes the labor force trends, unemployment rates and other key statistics for the state, as well as for various special class citizens such as California's veteran's population. The interactive charts below provide key labor force trends for veterans. The page also contains links to useful career resources. For more veterans career information visit EDD Services for Veterans.

Veterans Population and Labor Force

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Veterans Labor Force Participation and Unemployment

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California Veterans in the Workforce-2016
This report describes the demographic and workforce characteristics of California veterans in 2016.

The Career Resource Zone helps California veterans find their place in the civilian workforce.

EDD Services for Veterans
The Employment Development Department (EDD) assists veterans and their eligible spouses to maximize their employment and training opportunities. Veterans are entitled to many resources designed to help in their search for employment.

My Next Move for Veterans
Begin your career search by exploring occupations that match your military experience and skills.

Interest Profiler
Are you having trouble finding an occupation that interests you?
Answer a few simple questions and the profiler will compile a personalized list of occupations based on your interests.

Occupations in Demand
Discover the fastest growing and most in demand occupations in your area.  Then use the Occupational Profile tool to get the details on an occupation and search for job openings.

California Occupational Guides
The California Occupational Guides provides detailed information on California wages, job outlook, education, and licensing requirements for approximately 300 occupations.

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