There are many outlets of information when researching a career: magazine and journal articles, online job advertisements, professional associations, and employer websites.
Use the library's database subscriptions to research your career selection.
For example: if you are interested in the outlook for graduates with an accounting degree--use EBSCO's Business Source Complete or the ProQuest Accounting & Tax databases. Try typing in a search such as accountants and demand. Talk to a librarian if you need help getting started.
Search this database of occupations by skill-set, interests, work experience, and education. Includes information for Veterans to help chart how to use specialized military skills after service has ended.