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Great Occupational Research Sites

After you determine your Values, Skills, Interests, and Personality, try looking for occupations that will provide an enjoyable career.

  • BLS.gov
    More than the general level of economic activity, this resource provides statistics on subjects such as occupational employment and wages, labor demand and turnover, and the dynamic state of the labor market.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics - Employment
    More than the general level of economic activity, this resource provides statistics on subjects such as occupational employment and wages, labor demand and turnover, and the dynamic state of the labor market.
  • Business Source Premier (EBSCO)
    A general business database that includes Company Profile Reports on major companies and includes articles on companies.
  • Career Journal
    This is information from around the country in the Wall Street Journal.
  • Chamber of Commerce Directory
    Find organizations in your area who are a member of the local chamber of commerce.
  • Department of Workforce Development - IN
    Whether you are looking to improve your job qualifications, explore a different profession, find a new career or hire an employee, WorkOne can help!
  • First Research (D&B)  
      
    Don't miss the Business Challenges, Treds & Opportunities, and Call Prep Questions for these 600 industries. It will give you a great advantage in crafting a cover sheet and preparing for the interview!
  • Glass Door
    Company Salaries, Reviews, and Interviews posted anonymously by employees from over 23,000 organizations.
  • LexisNexis Academic
    a wealth of business, news, and legal information
  • Money
    A service of CNN, Fortune & Money.
  • O*Net
    Largest database of occupational information
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    General labor information, occupational information, salary information, and more.
  • ProQuest Newspapers
    These "papers of record" for the U.S. are a great place to find information on companies, industries, and even employment trends
  • ReferenceUSA  
      
    Includes an informational directory of 12 million U.S. businesses and 855,000 physicians and dentists
  • Regional Business News (EBSCO)
  • Salary.com  
      
    National and regional salary information by field, location and experience level.
  • Small Business Resource Center (Gale)

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