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This guide goes through the most relevant research databases, journals, books, and websites in the fields of business and management. You will find information on where to look for industry and company reports, consumer data, trade literature, scholarly research, and more.
In this guide, users will find the following resources: Information and resources related to current market research and trendlines; Helpful resources for company or organizational research; and Information related to developing your own business plan, including books and articles, funding insights, and videos.
The following web page contains various resources available at both the Gordon Library and the Career Development Center in Unity Hall to best prepare for the job hunt!
Reference HF5382.5 U5 O25 or via web (free resource)
Career guidance, information about prospective changes in the world of work, and qualifications needed by workers. Describes 250+ occupations in detail.
Reference HB2595 A5 or online
Search of standardized occupational information used by the public employment service system, which requires a uniform occupational language for use in all of its offices.