- Acronyms, Dictionaries, & Thesauri
- Career and Occupational Resources
- Citation Style Guides
- Colleges and Universities
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General Reference: Career and Occupational Resources
America's Career InfoNet
This powerful suite of tools includes America's Career InfoNet (ACINet), America's Job Bank (AJB), and America's Learning Exchange (ALX). Each product offers a unique solution to the overwhelming demands of today's labor market from the perspective of the job seeker, the employer, and the training and education community.
This site allows the user to search for jobs by occupational title, city, and state. Major headings include job seekers, employers, and resources.
Dictionary of Occupational Titles, 1991 Edition
"The Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) provides occupational information, including titles and definitions for a myriad of jobs." The online version of the DOT also allows for full-text searching.
This site is designed to provide general occupational information to help students become aware of their potential career options.
National Skill Standards Board
The National Skill Standards Board's (NSSB) Web Site is designed to facilitate public access to information regarding skill standards, education, and workforce development.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives.
Definitive guide to colleges. Users can search for colleges based on a variety of criteria, including major or geography.
General OneFile [Ferris Only]
A very large full-text database with over 50 million articles, it indexes both newspapers and journals.Coverage is from 1980 to the present. A few journals, especially older dates, give only selective full-text. To find career information, search for a specific occupation and then look under the subcategories of "employment" or "vocational guidance".
Occupational Outlook Quarterly
The online version of Occupational Outlook Quarterly, provides information about careers and jobs in a practical, easy to read format. Information is available from 1999 forward and includes statistics, reports, trends, future outlooks, and salary information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
CollegeGrad.com is a comprehensive job search Web site tailored specifically for college students and recent graduates. The resume section includes sample resume templates.
Resume Online Workshop
Created by Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL), this online tutorial covers all aspects of creating an effective resume.
Research Guides listing print sources for other subjects are available here.