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UWYO 1101-19: Career: Websites

Career research resources

Welcome

Welcome to the UWYO 1101-09 class guide. The purpose of this guide is to introduce you to library resources for career research.  Use the tabs above to navigate through the guide.

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Occupational Outlook Handbook

The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a great place to get a summary on some of the facts about different careers in the United States.

For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you:

  • the training and education needed
  • earnings
  • expected job prospects
  • what workers do on the job
  • working conditions

You can use the handbook online by putting your search terms in the search box, or you can use the A-Z Index and see all the job titles available.

State-based Websites for Career Information

Library Catalogs

catalog icon - blue book on grey backgroundUW Libraries catalog: includes the collections of the University Libraries, UW Law Library, and the American Heritage Center. http://uwcatalog.uwyo.edu/


 

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Prospector: a unified catalog of twenty-three academic, public and special libraries in Colorado and Wyoming. UW students, faculty and staff can borrow materials from Prospector. http://prospector.coalliance.org/

 

 

request it iconRequest It: UW students, faculty and staff can request books, journal volumes, journal articles and other materials, regardless of whether it is available in the UW Libraries, online or in libraries around the world. A free service!  Request It link.

 

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