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Last Updated: Jun 14, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Looking for a new career?

U.S. News and World Report offers job seekers an intuitive method to compare professions based on components that matter most: the number of expected openings, advancement opportunities, career fulfillment and salary expectations. Check out their 100 Best Jobs.

For even more ways to find the “best” job for you, check out these titles available at the library.

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What Color Is Your Parachute? 2017 - Richard N. Bolles
Call Number: E-book
ISBN: 9780399578212
Publication Date: 2016-08-16

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50 Best Jobs for Your Personality - Laurence Shatkin
Call Number: 331.702 S533f 2012
ISBN: 9781593579104

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The Sequel: How to Change Your Career without Starting Over
Call Number: 650.14 S533s 2011
ISBN: 9781593578657

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The Pathfinder - Nicholas Lore
Call Number: 650.14 L885p 2012
ISBN: 9781451608328

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Career Changer's Manual
ISBN: 9781576857809


Universal Class

UniversalClass offers hundreds of online instructor-led noncredit classes. Explore new careers with UniversalClass online 24/7.


For a complete list of classes, check out the Course Catalog.


Careers that match your talents

Check out these websites to determine how your interests and skills can be used to find the right career path for you.

  • My Skills My Future
    Enter a job you've had, and get a list of occupations that require similar skills. Then you can explore careers, find training, and view and apply for job postings.
  • My Next Move
    Search for careers by keywords, browse by industry, or by matching with your interests and training. Also available in Spanish and offers a special site for Veterans.
  • CareerOneStop: Explore Careers
  • OKCollegeStart: Career Planning
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics provides a profile for careers covering the nature of the work, working conditions, employment, training, job outlook, earnings, and related occupations.

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