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Find sites to use to search for jobs, salary and cost of living calculators, and resources to help match your skills to jobs and careers. Research companies to find out if they’re a good match for you, and perfect your resume and cover letter.

These resources can help you make informed medical decisions. They should not be used to diagnose or treat conditions and should be used in tandem with advice from a medical professional. Includes phone numbers and websites for crisis hotlines.

Keep up to date on politics from reputable sources, and visit websites for the federal, state, and local government entities that define your life. Read about the top 10 political parties in the United States to find one that fits your values and goals.

Get information on finding forms, filling out forms, and getting your refunds, as well as resources that can help with tax aid and assistance.

Use Hopkinton Youth and Family Service’s Resource Center to find help with almost any challenge you might be facing.

Ask A Lawyer or a Law Librarian, or find public records. We also have resources for veteran and active duty military members. Librarians cannot give legal advice, but these resources can help connect you to folks who can.

Delve into the rich tapestry of your past and explore, preserve, and record the unique history of your family. Whether you’re just starting or well on your way, these resources can help you along your genealogy journey.