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QUICK TIP: Explore the National Association for Music Education’s scholarship and grant resources for music students.
The BLOSSOMS (Blended Learning Open Source Science or Math Studies) project offers more than 100 free, interactive video lessons for high school students.
QUICK TIP: Use free classroom materials on labor, economics, and more for students of all ages from the Federal Reserve Archival System for Economic Research (FRASER).
QUICK TIP: Watch BLS videos to learn what the data tell us about the economy.
QUICK TIP: Visit the K-12 pages for a look at BLS resources from a student's perspective.
QUICK TIP: BLS education and training information—including definitions, tables, and an interactive database—is available from the Employment Projections program.
QUICK TIP: This infographic of projected fastest growing occupations provides a snapshot of opportunities expected over the decade.
QUICK TIP: Browse the Occupational Outlook Handbook for detailed career information on hundreds of occupations.
QUICK TIP: Contact BLS if you need a speaker for presentations on the U.S. labor market.
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