You can go to sites like www.careeronestop.org to find information on career exploration, training, and jobs. This site has tons of great information as you begin your search. You can look at different careers and what it takes for you to receive training, watch videos on different job types, and get questions answered.
One of the most important things you can do is to register with your local American Job Center at Broomfield Workforce Center which offers support with available job postings, job search workshops, and job fairs to name a few of the services. Although they are currently closed for you to go in right now, you can contact them at 303-464-5855 or visit their website at https://www.broomfield.org/2998/Job-Seeker-Services. You will be amazed at all the FREE services they offer!
You can also go to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics at https://www.bls.gov/audience/jobseekers.htm to look at various occupations and learn about the current and future jobs outlook, advancement and training requirements, employment, salary, and a 10 year outlook for those occupations. There are also lots of other topics to explore on this page that will give you great information to help you get started.
I lost my job twice in three years during the last economic slowdown and utilized these resources myself. I found them to be so valuable in helping me to define what I wanted and who I wanted to work for versus sending out tons of resumes with no response. I even got a job working with the workforce centers in Denver and Jeffco where I was able to learn so much more as well as teach job seekers how to do an effective and rewarding job search. Give it a try and let us know how things go for you. Good luck in your search!