Occupational Information and Trends

Online newspapers and magazines can help keep you informed about current issues for free. They are available from around the world and can help you prepare for a job interview and provide information about local issues and local companies. Check these sites out for the lastest information:

America's Career Infonet
Helps individuals explore career opportunities to make informed employment and education choices. The website features user-friendly occupation and industry information, salary data, career videos, education resources, self-assessment tools, career exploration assistance, and other resources that support talent development in today's fast-paced global marketplace

Occupational Outlook Handbook
The industry standard. The U.S. Department of Labor- Bureau of Labor Statistics's compendium of information on hundreds of careers.

The Riley Guide
The Riley Guide introduces you to the online job search, listing many online sites and services that are useful for your job search. We do not post jobs nor resumes but instead point you to the places that do.

Search through nearly 20,000 company profiles by name, location, industry, type, and size.

Business Week
Keep up with with business and industry with sites such as “Business Week”. Loaded with phenomenal career information from articles on job trends and career strategies to career videos to tools and resources for comparing salaries and living costs. Find one with the type of information you are interested in and keep up with your career.

Money Magazine's Economic Calendar as well as jobs and economy news and information.