Occupations are often "clustered" together under using category headings to help you with your search. Looking at all the jobs in the U.S. is going to create different results than looking in your own city. We have provided 3 levels of clusters.
The U.S. government splits the vast number of jobs into groups
and subgroups. Take a look at the many options at the
Bureau of Labor Statistics . In the Overview section click "Industry Order Index".
ONet Online click on the Career Cluster dropdown to see
occupations groups that require similar skills.
Click "Go" when you've selected an area of interest.
The Employment Development Department of California has jobs listed by category, and searchable by county.
Some examples of clusters that the State has listed for San Diegans are:
San Diego County Occupations for the complete list.
To find the guides in other counties, or sorted by "Fastest Growing", or "Jobs with the most openings" or various other categories:
1) Go the the Career information page at
CA.gov Employment Development Department
2) Under step 3 you will see the link for "Topic Search". Click it.
3) On the Topic Search page you'll see a drop-down that says "California". Click it and scroll down until you see "San Diego County".
4) On the right panel choose "Top Paying Job" or any other option
that interests you and Click "View the list".
The Community Colleges of San Diego and Imperial counties have their own group of clusters.
Some examples of their clusters are:
Learn more at www.sdicregionalconsortium.org
This web site is supported by Carl D. Perkins VTEA IC funds through the System. Office, California Community Colleges,