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America's Learning eXchange (ALX) is one of four complementary, Web-based services offered free to the public through America's Career Kit. ALX connects users to career development, training, education and employment resources.
The Employment and Training Administration's (ETA's) development and implementation of America's Career Kit (ACK), which is an online career development resource for individuals needing job search assistance, career guidance, salary data, and training and educational resources, was evaluated.
According to David Morman, the Department of Labor's director of research and planning, Warford will "join the Employment and Training Administration in a staff capacity to promote the use of America's Career Kit, an innovative employment resource."
America's Career Kit is a collection of free, Internet-based services designed to provide information on available jobs and training opportunities.
America's Career Kit currently includes three databases.
America's Career Kit America's Job Bank: America's Talent Bank America's Career InfoNet: America's Learning Exchange:
First is America's Career Kit, a career development resource, that consists of four interrelated Web sites: America's Career InfoNet America's Learning eXchange, America's Service Locator, and America's Job Bank.
That page details "America's Career Kit," a group of four Web sites.
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