Career education programs reduce the separation between academic education and vocational and technical education. They also try to reinforce the idea that what students learn in school is no longer independent of future educational and employment opportunities. The United States offers a much broader range of occupational choices, training, and special educational opportunities than does any other nation. These options require prerequisite training or education or combine work and training. Some are part of government-supported training programs. Making effective career choices requires relevant information and counseling on how to apply such knowledge. Below are articles on career education training, preparation, career planning, and career coaching

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