All of Thomas Cooper Library's Career and Graduate School Resources in One Place.
Last Updated: Sep 11, 2015
These resources will help you find information about different career options:
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center
Explore different careers using the job and industry profiles. Also includes information about job-hunting and workplace skills and other career and industry resources.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Browse for job profiles by occupation groups, or search for careers by median pay, projected new job numbers, and other criteria.
Best Jobs from US News & World Report
Profiles of top-ranked career options including salary, training info, and unemployment data
Library Resources for Career Opportunities
Selected library resources, both print and e-books, related to career opportunites in a variety of fields
LearningExpress Library Registration is required for practice exams. Once you have logged in, choose the "Career Center" under the All Centers menu at the top to explore career choices and access practice test for occupational exams. Make sure to look at the menus on the top and left of the screen for additional options.
Classic Catalog Search
The phrase "vocational guidance" is the most effective way to search for career resources in the library catalog.
See results for some sample searches:
Trade publications cover news, trends and products for a specific industry or field. Use these resources to find information relevant to professionals in your field of interest:
U.S. Department for Veteran Affairs HireVeterans.com
For U.S. Veteran Job Seekers; jobs offered by world class companies in the USA and abroad.
VetJobs is to assist companies and hiring authorities to successfully reach the military market. VetJobs is owned and operated by veterans for veterans