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Job Seeker: LevelUp

LevelUp lists occupations as potential next steps in your career. It is customized to your likes and current qualifications. By default, it lists occupations that you may like the most but are currently not qualified for. You can explore these occupations to learn more about them. This includes descriptions of the job, education requirements, and expected salaries.

You can explore LevelUp on the website or via the smartphone app. Below are instructions for the website and mobile.

Website

  1. If you haven’t logged in, go to unify.unifylabs.org. Click on the “Seeker Login” button and login with your email and password.

  2. Once logged in, click on “LevelUp” on the left side of the window.

    A new screen will open called “My Level Up Opportunities”. This lists occupations, typical education and experience preferences, and your Fit and Match scores. Fit scores indicate how much you might like that occupation. Match scores indicate how qualified you are for that occupation. The more your complete your profile the more precise the Fit and Match scores will be.

    The occupations are listed based on Fit scores (how much you may like that occupation). The occupation at the top is the occupation you may like the most. It is ok if you are not qualified for this occupation. The goal of LevelUp is to help you become qualified.

  3. To see the details of an occupation, click on the title of the occupation. A new screen will open that displays the details of that occupation.

    The bottom left box displays the salary estimates for that job in your area as well as the job outlook. The Job Outlook displays if the occupation is growing or declining and how many jobs are open each year.

    On the right are a series of drop downs that display other details about that occupation. Click on each one to expand it. For example, if you click on “Task” it will expand and show the primary tasks that are part of that occupation.

    In the upper left box that lists the name of occupation you will see a button that says “See Education Opportunities”. Clicking this button will open up a side menu that lists schools in your local area that provide degrees/certifications for that occupation. Here you can explore schools and programs to improve your match score for this occupation.

Mobile

  1. Open the app on your device.

  2. Login with your email and password.

  3. Once logged in, tap on “Paths” from the navigation bar at the bottom.

  4. Then select “Level Up” from the options.

    A new screen will open called “My Level Up Opportunities”. This lists occupations, typical education and experience preferences, and your Fit and Match scores. Fit scores indicate how much you might like that occupation. Match scores indicate how qualified you are for that occupation. The more your complete your profile the more precise the Fit and Match scores will be.

    The occupations are listed based on Fit scores (how much you may like that occupation). The occupation at the top is the occupation you may like the most. It is ok if you are not qualified for this occupation. The goal of LevelUp is to help you become qualified.

  5. To see the details of an occupation, tap on that occupation. A new screen will open that displays the occupation details.

    The top section displays the education required for the occupation and the average length of time it takes to complete that level of education. You will see a button labeled “See Education Opportunities”. Tapping this button will open up a list of schools in your nearby area that provide degrees/certifications for that occupation. Here you can explore schools and programs to improve your match score for this occupation.

    The next section displays the salary estimates for that job in your area as well as the job outlook. The Job Outlook displays if the occupation is growing or declining and how many jobs are open each year.

    The proceeding sections, Task through Work Value, are a series of drop downs that display other details about that occupation. Tap on each one to expand it. For example, if you tap on “Task” it will expand and show the primary tasks that are part of that occupation.