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CPP 299 Professional Foundations for Career Development: Researching Careers

Internet Resources

Start your Internet research on careers with Occupational Outlook Handbook, then look at Career OneStop and O*NET OnLine, as well as other government sources.

The remaining links are to a variety of job search sites. Some require subscriptions to access specific job opening information.


Subject headings to search in the I-Share catalog:

  • vocational guidance
  • career development
  • occupations
  • job hunting
  • cover letters
  • applications for positions
  • resumes
  • art vocational guidance

Reference Books:

  • 150 Best Recession Proof Jobs (2009); R 331.702 O58
  • Big Book of Jobs; R 331.702 B592 2009/10
  • Book of U.S. Government Jobs; R 331.124 D165b 2008
  • College Board Book of Majors; R 378.199 C697i 2018
  • Employment, Hours and Earnings; R 331.2 U58Emp 2017
  • Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 5 vols. (2011); R 331.702 E56cv

Career and job search books to take home