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- 100 Best Careers for
the 21st Century
- HF5381.F476 LRC-R
- Best KeyWords for
Resumes, Cover Letters and
- The Big Book of Jobs...
- HF5382.5.U5 B54
- College Majors Handbook
with Real Career Paths and
- HF5382.5.U5 F644 LRC-R
- The Directory of Jobs
& Careers Abroad
- HF5549.5.E45 G37 LRC-R
- Encyclopedia of Careers
and Vocational Guidance
- H5381.E52 LRC-R
- How to Market Your
- HF5382.7.R626 LRC-5
- Knock 'em Dead 2004
- HF5549.5.I6 Y37
(U.S. Dept. of Labor)
- HF5381.A1 O36 LRC-R
- The On-Line Job Search
- HF5382.75.U6 G66 LRC-R
- Resume Writing Made
- HF5383.C69 LRC-5
- Summer Jobs in the
- HF5382.5.U5 S76
- What Color is Your
- HF5383.B56 LRC-R
(See the online supplement
In the Library Catalog:
- Search a topic such as career,
vocational guidance, job hunting,
employment agencies, or
resume in Subject Headings
or Subject Keywords. When a list
of subjects appears, choose one
that is of interest to you to
view list of related books.
- If you are looking for a book
and know only part of the title,
search Title Keyword using the
words you know are in the title.
Search job openings (new ones
added daily), post your resume,
and receive email alerts when
matching jobs are posted.
- Offers search tips, employers,
job market information. Lists
more than 1 million jobs compiled
by State Employment agencies.
Provides growth and wages data
by occupation, required skills,
abilities and knowledge for occupations,
and approximately 65,000 employer
of Labor Statistics (U.S.
Dept. of Labor)
- An excellent resource for fact-finding.
Numerous links to broad categories
such as "Safety & Health,"
"At a Glance Tables,"
and "Occupation." Includes
links to Wages
by Area and Occupation, Job
Openings and Labor Turnover,
Outlook Handbook, and more.
- Includes job resource center,
career assessment, career and
job search engine, and more.
Career Center (Emory University)
Guide to Industries (U.S.
Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor
- "The Career Guide to
Industries provides information
on available careers by industry,
including the nature of the industry,
working conditions, employment,
occupations in the industry, training
and advancement, earnings and
benefits, employment outlook,
and lists of organizations that
can provide additional information."
Center at Emory University
Voyages (U.S. Departments
of Labor and of Education)
- Information on high growth occupations.
Provides lists by educational
level, growth by state, and salary.
as a supplement to the book, What
Color Is Your Parachute?
- Includes articles, career development,
internships/co-ops, salary information,
job market research, and more.
- Job search, resume builder,
employer profiles, and search
- List of resources, resume information,
recruiters and graduate schools.
Outlook Handbook (U.S. Dept.
of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics)
- "The Handbook describes
what workers do on the job, working
conditions, the training and education
needed, earnings, and expected
job prospects in a wide range
OnLine (Occupational Information
- Jobs registry accessible to
& IT Jobs
- Includes feature articles, career
resources, industry-specific and
general job site directory, and
and Local Government on the Net
- State by state listings of government
agencies that are hiring
- Help wanted ads nationwide.
Department of Labor in the 21st
Century: Find It! By Audience
-- Job Seekers/Unemployed
News Work and Career Center
- Search "career" and
additional words for relevant
The Insiders Career Network
- Salary Links
Comparison and Salary Calculator
(New York Times)
- Subject Directories/Portals
("Jobs, employment, job search
and career resource directory
organized by topic and region.")
- http://www.jobbankusa.com (Many
jobs in all fields. Information
is organized and accessible many
ways. Provides a Meta-search page,
which allows simultaneous searching
of more than 18 other jobs listing
- http://www.job-hunt.org/ (Directory
of job sites organized by location,
industry or profession, resources,
Index to the Internet: Jobs and
(Directory of sites evaluated
Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities
and Job Resources on the Internet