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Career Planning and Preparation

Researching Career Choices

Intersection of what you love, what the world needs, what you're good at, and what someone will pay for

There are many outlets of information when researching a career: magazine and journal articles, online job advertisements, professional associations, and employer websites.

Library Databases

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.

Government Sources