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DePaul University Libraries guide to finding career information.
Last Updated: Apr 24, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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What's in this Guide

  • Career Information Collection
    Learn about the career book collections at Lincoln Park and Loop.
  • Career Development
    Resources for exploring your career, including Encyclopedia of Career Development, Occupational Outlook Handbook, and more.
  • Job Postings
    Resources for finding jobs, including Riley Guides.
  • Salary Surveys
    How to find salary estimates.
  • Test Prep
    How to locate prep materials for LSAT, MCAT, and other tests.

Getting Started

Start your research with the featured resources below, or use the tabs above for additional resources.

  • ReferenceUSA
    Vast business directory of U.S. and Canadian companies useful for identifying potential employers by location and/or industry, researching executives, tracking down addresses and phone numbers, finding new business opportunities, or profiling a neighborhood, city or state.
  • Riley Guide
    Perhaps the Internet's most comprehensive and well organized listing of employment advice and opportunities. Not to be missed if you're exploring career options or in the middle of a job search.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics; provides in depth profiles on a wide variety of professions. Entries include education requirements, growth trends, salary ranges, cross references to related occupations and links to major trade associations.

Related Research Guides

You need to research a company prior to interviewing! At the very least, understand the industry in which it operates so you can ask intelligent questions.


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