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SCF Libraries - Career Resources
Suggested keywords for searching the catalog and databases
Here are some sample keywords to use in Quick Search or in the databases to find career information:
Career AND [type] (e.g., Career AND agriculture)
Vocational guidance AND [career field] (e.g., vocational guidance AND nursing)
Employment AND [major] (e.g., employment AND computer science)
Some other search terms to try: jobs, occupations, professions, career development, career choice
Check out these tutorials to get started on your search
SCF Library, in collaboration with 26 West Center, has created a guide that can help you begin your search for career information.
This guide includes many different sources of occupational information such as websites, journal articles, video, books and ebooks. These sources describe the nature of the work, the entry requirements, the rewards and benefits, and the outlook for the future.
While this guide was created primary for SCF students, SCF alumni and community borrowers are also welcome to utilize it in their employment search. Due to licensing, all SCF Databases require a MySCF log-in. Community members are welcome to use the databases in the library.
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