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Brought to you by EBSCO, Business Source Elite has an easy to use interface, and provides full text for over 1,000 business publications dating back to 1985. Use this database for scholarly, peer-reviewed articles.
More than 10,100 substantial company profiles from Datamonitor are also included. This database is updated on a daily basis via EBSCOhost.
This database can be used for personal exploration of potential careers, or to research labor market information. This resource provides tools to help you discover your skills and interests and what careers to explore. It also teaches practical skills such as financial literacy and goal-setting through video interviews, role-playing activities, and more.
Geared towards vocational careers, this database provides access to information in a variety of ways. Search by job, industry, job outlook. work values, skills and even specific tools used. Also includes a job accommodations section with information for workers with disabilities.
A governmental source, The Occupational Outlook Handbook provides statistical information on an extensive list of careers. Focused more on profiles and less on career guidance, use this information for statistics on job growth and salaries, as well as overviews of work environment and education required.
Geared towards high school students, this database offers access to an array of practice exams at varying levels. It also includes help with basic Math, Science and English skills, and a section on vocational career preparation.