February 23, 2007, Newsletter Issue #84: Career Research Sources

Tip of the Week

To find out more about different careers, use the following research tools:

1. Government employment agencies such as the Department of Labor or local employment office.

2. Department of Labor publications on employment options and career outlooks, such as Occupational Outlook Handbook and the Dictionary of Occupational Titles. These can be found at your local library.

3. The Internet. Explore employment/job sites, employment forums, and sites run by temporary agencies and head-hunters.

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