CAREER INFORMATION RESEARCH GUIDE
Use the Library Catalog to locate books in the library on your topic:
- Perform an All Fields search (the default setting) using keywords such as “accounting AND career.” These searches will search the entire records of all the items in the catalog, including author, title, and subject areas.
- Perform a subject search using a keyword phrase such as “vocational guidance” or “job hunting” to find general career information, or try searching for a specific industry, such as “nursing.”
The Facts on File subscription service offers access to Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center, a database with job profiles, career advice, and more. From on campus only, you can access this database from our database list, under General/Reference.
Log in to your Ocean Connect account to access this database from off campus.
How to access the database list through Ocean Connect.
America’s Career InfonetA comprehensive site that leads to many other good sites and information.
|BLS Career Information||Explore different careers based on your interests. Sponsored by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.|
|O*Net: Occupational Information Network||Look up the skill sets and training needed for various jobs or see which career best matches your skill set.|
|Occupational Outlook Handbook||Get information on earnings, job prospects, working conditions and training and education needed for hundreds of different types of jobs.|
|NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development||Providing information for New Jersey’s job seekers and employers.|