RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE : EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDES : Career Selection and Planning Research Guide PART TWO

 




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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE :

EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDES :

Career Selection and Planning Research Guide

PART TWO



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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE :
EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDES :
Career Selection and Planning Research Guide

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RESEARCH GUIDE ARCHIVE : ORIGINAL GUIDE :  

EMPLOYMENT RESEARCH GUIDES  :   

Career Selection and Planning Research Guide



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Library and Information Science and Information Literacy Terminology




[DigitalScholarship] LIBRARY SCIENCE : INFORMATION SCIENCE : INFORMATION LITERACY : DICTIONARIES : GLOSSARIES : WEBLIOGRAPHIES : BIBLIOGRAPHIES: Library and Information Science and Information Literacy Terminology and Jargon Dictionaries and Glossaries 
LIBRARY SCIENCE : 
INFORMATION SCIENCE : 
INFORMATION LITERACY : 
DICTIONARIES : 
GLOSSARIES : 
WEBLIOGRAPHIES : 
BIBLIOGRAPHIES: 
Library and Information Science and Information Literacy Terminology and Jargon Dictionaries and Glossaries


Databases Useful for Employment Related Research and Learning 




  • Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities Research: An Extensive List of Tools with Database Search Result Numbers for This Topic
    CONTENT SAMPLE

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    ABI/INFORM Complete

    (disabled OR disability OR disabilities OR "psychological disorders"
    OR "mental illness" OR "mentally ill") AND ("finding jobs" OR employment)
    14,096 Results


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    Academic One File

    (disabled OR disability OR disabilities OR "psychological disorders"
    OR "mental illness" OR "mentally ill") AND ("finding jobs" OR employment)
    49,448 Results


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    Academic Search Complete

    (disabled OR disability OR disabilities OR "psychological disorders"
    OR "mental illness" OR "mentally ill") AND ("finding jobs" OR employment)
    12,790 Results


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    Agricola [via EbscoHost]

    (disabled OR disability OR disabilities OR "psychological disorders"
    OR "mental illness" OR "mentally ill") AND ("finding jobs" OR employment)
    121 Results


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  • Disabilities and Employment Research Guide : Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities Research
    Disabilities and Employment Research Guide : Databases to Use for Employment and Disabilities Research :
    An Extensive List of Databases Useful for Employment Related Research and Learning



  • ABI Inform
  • Academic Search Premier


  • Access World News


  • Google Books
  • Google Scholar

     

  • Penn State Summon Search
  • Purdue Primo Search
  • USA GOVERNMENT SEARCH
  • WorldCat
  • UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. Employment and Training Administration. O*NET - Beyond Information - Intelligence
    The Occupational Information Network (O*NET) is a database of occupational requirements and worker attributes. It describes occupations in terms of the skills and knowledge required, how the work is performed, and typical work settings. It can be used by businesses, educators, job seekers, human resources professionals, and the publicly funded Workforce Investment System to help meet the talent needs of our competitive global economy. O*NET information helps support the creation of industry competency models.

    The O*NET System:

    Promotes business efficiency and talent development
    Supports education of the workforce through skills training and curriculum design for regional economic development
    Facilitates career guidance and career advancement accounts

    The O*NET system, using a common language and terminology to describe occupational requirements, supersedes the seventy-year-old Dictionary of Occupational Titles with current information that can be accessed online or through a variety of public and private sector career and labor market information systems. The O*NET system, which has been significantly upgraded and improved since its introduction and continues to undergo periodic enhancements, includes the O*NET database, O*NET OnLine, and the O*NET Career Exploration Tools.

    O*NET OnLine Help: The Database


    The O*NET database is a comprehensive source of descriptors, with ratings of importance, level, relevance or extent, for more than 900 occupations that are key to our economy. O*NET descriptors include: skills, abilities, knowledge, tasks, work activities, work context, experience levels required, job interests, work values/needs, and work styles. New tools and technology (T2) data provides information on machines, equipment, tools, and software that workers may use for optimal functioning in a high performance workplace.


    O*NET OnLine
    https://www.onetonline.org/help/onet/database

    O*NET OnLine is a web-based viewer that provides easy public access to O*NET information. Powered by the latest O*NET database, users have access to new and updated data unavailable before. Using O*NET OnLine, students, job seekers and workforce, business, and human resource professionals can: find occupations to explore, search for occupations that use designated skills, browse occupations by high growth industry, identify key In-Demand occupations, view occupation summaries and details, use crosswalks from other classification systems such as military or apprenticeship to find corresponding O*NET occupations, view related occupations, create and print customized reports outlining their O*NET search results, and link to other online information resources.
  • Career Outlook has articles on a variety of topics—including career fields, career planning, education and training, pay and benefits, and more. Career Outlook has four departments: feature articles, You’re a what?, Interview with a…, and Data on Display.

    Feature articles are an in-depth look at a range of career topics.

    Self-employment: What to know to be your own boss
    Certificates: A fast-track to careers
    Resources work: Careers in mining, oil, and gas

    See more feature articles
    You’re a what? explores unusual occupations by taking a look at the career of someone in that occupation.

    Ornithologist
    Roastmaster
    Online seller

    See more You’re a what? articles
    Interview with a… describes, in Q & A format, a specific worker’s career path.

    Composer
    Web operations engineer
    Manager

    See more Interview with a… articles
    Data on Display is a graphic presentation of data of interest to counselors and students.

    Best bets for job perks
    How long do workers stay with the same employer?
    More education, less unemployment

    See more Data on Display
  • EMPLOYMENT: CAREER PLANNING: RESOURCES : PUBLICATIONS : BOOKS: ELECTRONIC BOOKS : GOVERNMENT: PUBLICATIONS: Occupational Outlook Quarterly is Replaced by Career Outlook : Dictionary of Occupational Titles is Now O*NET
    EMPLOYMENT: CAREER PLANNING: RESOURCES :
    PUBLICATIONS :
    BOOKS: ELECTRONIC BOOKS :
    GOVERNMENT: PUBLICATIONS:
    Occupational Outlook Quarterly is Replaced by Career Outlook :
    Dictionary of Occupational Titles is Now O*NET
  • Extensive Listing of Databases with Disabilites and Employment Sources
    Sample Entry in This Research Guide Database Section of the Google Sites Disabilities Research Guide Version.

    ABI/INFORM Complete

    (disabled OR disability OR disabilities OR "psychological disorders"
    OR "mental illness" OR "mentally ill") AND ("finding jobs" OR employment)
    14,096 Results
Jun 24, 2017






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