Find out who you are--your strengths, interests, and values. Then map this information to those top 10 or 20 careers and occupations providing the most overlap with your strengths, interests, and values.
In this article, we’ll discuss the modern workplace trends to help you understand the initiatives that are shifting the workplace. We’ll deliver insights that will empower you to redefine your workplace ethos and create a positive, flexible, and collaborative culture tailored to the needs of the modern worker.
Every year Forbes writers give a forecast for the top workplace trends for the upcoming year. The purpose is to help prepare organizations for the future by collecting, assessing, and reporting the trends that will most impact them.
The evidence is clear: the more you learn, the more you earn. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)’s Earnings Data by Educational Attainment (last updated for the second quarter of 2018) reports the median salaries for workers age 25 and older increased markedly with the education level that they have attained.
Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Kiplinger and economic forecasting group EMSI analyzed 785 popular US jobs. Out of that list, Kiplinger measured which will have the strongest and weakest growth rates over the next 10 years (between 2016 and 2026), what those jobs will pay and how much education they will require.
Using data compiled from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics and from major newspapers and magazines, We've got the information you need on the major careers and trends in the job market today. It should help you choose your career education-wise.
This video illustrates how to evaluate career options based on the Three C’s: content, conditions, and compensation. It expands on the Personal Career Profile and explains how to use information gathered from occupational research. (28 minutes)
AzCIS (Arizona Career Information System) is designed to provide educational, career, occupational & financial aid information to help students in making better-informed career and school choices. (Contact Library 602-787-7215 or Counseling for user name & password):
An online education and career exploration system. Gives up-to-date information on careers, including job profiles and labor market articles. Includes career interview videos in both English & Spanish.
Current information on career fields, needed skills and professional resources.This database provides job profiles, salary ranges, education/training, industry & job outlook, employer profiles, job postings, & videos.
Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center is a one-stop online resource for student researchers seeking information on any of over 140 industries and careers, education planning, and job-hunting and workplace skills. Whether they are looking for in-depth articles about a specific job or career path, trying to find the best college or nursing/vocational program to attend, or seeking out timely and useful career advice, Ferguson’s Career Guidance Center is the perfect starting point for their research. This award-winning database is known for its unprecedented depth of coverage and ease of use. Furthermore, the addition of a wealth of engaging and informative videos, links to current job postings (powered by Indeed), and current blog posts dealing with relevant topics for today's tech savvy students make this an important and versatile resource for every library.
First Research industry reports offer extensive industry research written from a objective business perspective to help you become a trusted industry advisor. Each report consists of key statistics and analysis on market and competitive landscape characteristics, operating conditions, business challenges, industry trends, current and historical industry growth, and more. Many reports also include a global industry analysis.
Data Axle is an industry leader in business and consumer information. Reference Solutions, founded as ReferenceUSA in 1992, is an online tool to give library patrons and business owners access to data on over 17 million businesses and 320 million consumers. Reference Solutions eliminates the need to scour multiple websites or perform complicated searches—in fact, we provide information to the top five search engines. We do it all—collecting and verifying the most accurate and up-to-date research data available. Our database brings information directly to students.
Career College Central - Published six times per year, Career College Central magazine delves into the most timely, vital issues affecting the sector and its students. Whether you’re interested in advertising, subscribing, or searching for a digital copy of an article to forward to a colleague, you can find the information you’re looking for on CareerCollegeCentral.com.
Find the latest breaking Phoenix business news, updated throughout the day, some of this week's top stories from Phoenix Business Journal, and other popular features from the print edition. The latest copy of Phoenix business news & the famous Book of Lists is located in the PVCC's Library's Career & College Resources section on the middle shelf, HF5068.P56 B56 (latest year).
Books/e-Books on Careers
Use the following keyword phrases to search for your career in the library catalog (Books of More) for example - "career guide" AND nursing OR "jobs in" AND "health sciences"