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CAREER BOOKS

O*NET

Much like the Occupational Outlook Handbook, O*Net provides current information about most occuptations, including skills and abilities needed, working activities, working values, and salary information. O*Net's partner site, My Next Move, leads you to career options and information about careers based on anything you type. You can describe your dream career, browse by various industries, or fill out a brief survey that will profile your interests. 

RESEARCH COMPANIES, INDUSTRIES, AND MARKETS

Search the databases below for articles and reports about careers, markets, and industries. You may be prompted to log in with your Purdue career account if you're off-campus.

JOB SEARCH EBOOKS

ONLINE JOB BOARDS & LISTINGS

DISCOVER WHO YOU ARE

This website, created by Purdue's Center for Career Opportunities, will take you through the process of choosing a major by matching your interests to Purdue-specific majors. It will also display Purdue majors by Holland Occupational Themes (e.g. Realistic, Artistic, Investigative, etc.)

Purdue's Career Wiki

Check out the Career Wiki for links to career guides, resources by major, tips for resume-writing, interviews, finding internships, and more.