At this stage, you should have a better understanding about yourself, your personality, values, and skills. You will now connect your personal life to your professional future. Pick a career that interests you and investigate all aspects of being one.
You are expected to use at least three resources. The Occupational Outlook Handbook will be one of your sources. Below are various places to find other useful information about your career.
Take notes about the career and where you are this information. For extra help, use the document below to keep your information organized.
These databases are the most useful source of information for your career research. The data is collected and organized by the U.S. government.
Prefer a print book? Search the library catalog. Want an eBook? Search the electronic book databases.
Subject terms: career or vocational guidance
How to Search for a Print/Hard Copy Book in the Catalog
How to Search for an eBook on a Career
You have access to a large collection of digital articles that are freely available through the Library's Databases. They are available at any time. Once you click on the database link, an authentication page will come up. You can either: