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Counseling 20 - Gomez: Counseling 20: Career Paper

Research for your Career Paper Assignment for Counseling 20

There are many variables to consider when choosing a career. Personal interest is a good place to start, but other considerations include required degrees, job outlook, salary, quality of life, location, required skills, and more.

This guide will connect you to resources available both in the Library and around the web to support your research and encourage critical thinking around career choice.

Using Non-Library Websites to Explore Careers

Use Library Databases to Find Scholarly Sources (and more)

Finding Library Books and eBooks on Careers

Try OneSearch to identify ebooks, articles, and other Library resources related to your career or interests. Keep your search terms broad (for example: nursing career or graphic design career). "Vocational guidance" is another great phrase to include your search terms.

There's also a good chance your career will be covered in a book that collects information about many different careers, so you may want to consider searches like career choice or best jobs.

To find sources in OneSeach, try a search like this:

search OneSearch

Streaming Databases

The Library has more than books and articles! We provide access to streaming video content that you may cite as a source!

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