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Career Exploration and Planning

  1. Selected Web Resources
  2. Books

These are websites and books to help patrons develop their career path.  For more on job searching, see the Job Search Research Guide.

Selected Web Resources

  • Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupation Employment by Industry The files provide detailed occupation employment projections (2008-2018) by industry.
  • Bureau of Labor Statistics: Industry Employment by Occupation The files provide detailed industry employment projections (2008-2018) by occupation.
  • CareerOneStop Brought to you by the American Job Center, this free resource brings everything together in one place for you to research industries and occupations, job postings, resume and interview tips and tons more. It really is OneStop shopping for your career search.
  • CareerJournal.com The Wall Street Journal's career site offers a wide variety of career-related information. Be sure to visit their College/MBA site. This companion website provides entry-level starting salaries, career exploration links, and more.
  • Free Library of Philadelphia- Career Resources Online If you have a library card for the Free Library of Philadelphia, you can access many subscription databases online, including career resources such as Career Transitions and Job & Career Help Center.
  • JobHuntersBible.com This site, created by the author of What Color is Your Parachute? offers a wide variety of career planning advice.
  • JobStar- Guides for Specific CareersLinks to career information sites, arranged by job field.
  • JobWeb Career PlanningThis portion of the JobWeb site (brought to you by the National Association of Colleges and Employers) provides articles for college students about career planning.
  • Major Resource Kits Explore career possibilities by major, and link to additional sources of information. Brought to you by the Bank of America Career Services Center at the University of Delaware.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook A US Department of Labor publication, the handbook provides information on all types of careers including working conditions, training, earnings, and outlook.
  • O*Net Online resource for occupational exploration.


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