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November is National Career Development Month! Here at The DeBruce Foundation, we’re celebrating by releasing our latest research and resources to expand career pathways nationwide.

Watch the replay of the National Career Development Kickoff and explore our three new resources below, available for free as part of our charitable mission.

Start Early, Succeed Sooner: Insights from the 2023 Employment Empowerment Study

The Employment Empowerment Study is a nationally representative longitudinal trend survey to assess patterns of employment, income, and work conditions in America. 

The 2022 Study findings identified Career Literacy and Network Strength as key factors in building empowered careers. The 2023 data demonstrates the benefits of developing the Career Literacy and Network Strength of young people.  

How to Talk with Youth About Careers

This groundbreaking study, conducted from June to October 2023, delves into the experiences, aspirations, and challenges of young people aged 16 to 24 in America today.

Building on similar research conducted in 2019 and 2021, this report provides valuable insights and practical tips for parents, educators, employers, and policymakers to meet youth where they are when talking about careers.

New and Improved Career Explorer Tools

The DeBruce Foundation seeks to equip individuals with the tools and resources they need to build successful careers.

The Career Explorer Tools help individuals expand their awareness of career options and better understand how they can secure their desired career. Use the Career Explorer Tools to discover in-demand occupations, required skills, education options, and more.

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