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Help and FAQs - Videos


  1. What are the videos?
  2. Who created the videos?
  3. Can I download the videos?
  4. Can I get the career videos in other formats?
  5. What are career clusters?


  1. What are the videos?
    Videos provide additional information about careers, career clusters, industries, work options, and abilities. Spanish career videos are also available. Videos are approximately 90 seconds in length.

  2. Who created the videos?
    The career videos were developed and distributed by the Center for Occupational Employment Information (COEI) under a grant from America's Labor Market Information System (ALMIS), a program of the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA). They are designed to provide a brief, visual introduction to the world of work for a career.

  3. Can I download the videos?
    The videos are available for downloading. They may be downloaded in several different formats. Please visit the One-Stop Career System Multimedia Career Video Library to download videos. All videos are available in English. Most of the videos are also available in Spanish. Download times may vary.

  4. Can I get the career videos in other formats?
    The career videos may be downloaded in several different formats. Please visit the One-Stop Career System Multimedia Career Video Library to download.

  5. What are career clusters?
    The U.S. Department of Education has established 16 Career Clusters that reflect a new direction for education. Each cluster consists of all entry-level through professional-level occupations in a broad industry area. Each cluster includes both the academic and technical skills and knowledge needed for further education and careers. Clusters provide an ideal organizing tool to assist educators, counselors and parents in their work with students to identify their interests and future goals. For more information, visit the Career Clusters website.


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