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Career Resources at Dibner: Researching Careers

Using Dibner Library for career research

Researching Careers

When you are beginning your search you may have many questions. What Jobs exist that match your education and skills? What are the common duties of some positions that interest you?  What is the work environment like? What are related occupations? The links below will help you to explore careers.

Career Information Resources

Occupational Outlook Handbook  The Occupational Outlook Handbook is an ideal free tool from the Department of Labor to explore careers. You can search or browse professions or dive deeper into a job title. There is a browseable section on Architecture and Engineering.

CareerOneStop  Another excellent resource from the Department of Labor. Career, training, and job search website 

Occupation Data Resources

WolframAlpha  type in a company or occupation and get data from Wolfram Alpha's vetted sources. Job profiles and openings with lots of charts and graphs for the visually oriented


Public Job listings

General Listings

  • (Listings from many major sources; filter by location, salary, job type 

Specialized Listings



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