Business, Career Prep, and Job Searching
Job Searching? Need to Find a Business? Finding an old
lost friend? This is the database for you! The database includes 30 million
business & executive profiles, over 240 million residents with interests, hobbies
and lifestyles information, over 7 Million real-time job listings, 2 Million new
businesses, over 12 million healthcare professionals, over 12 million new movers,
2 Million new homeowners, and much more. The databases are ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, background searches, finding friends, relatives and a whole lot of other possibilities.
One place for you to find training, career prep and researching jobs in the US.
MassLINKS Online Academy is a FREE DESE-funded Massachusetts statewide adult education program. Students can choose from High School Equivalency (GED and HiSet) preparation classes or English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL/ESL) classes. Classes are offered fully online with evening and morning options to help you work around your schedule.
periodical content covering topics such as 21st-century skills, organizational dynamics and
leadership, adult learning and continuing education, and more. Updated daily, this library
resource is useful for researchers or any professional interested in career development.
MTEL Study Guides and Information
MTEL Practice Website Created by the Department of Education
Free Practice Tests for MTEL
and a variety of interactive methods that prompt graduates, or those making a career
change, to think about what they want in a job or career. VisualCV Résumé Creator helps
users build and edit a résumé or even create a website. It also includes helpful articles and
tips focused on writing résumés and cover letters, networking, and interviews.
Users can search across all careers and jobs or filter results to focus on career paths by industry, experience
level, or match strength (based on career assessment results).
A military crosswalk allows patrons to map any past military service to potential new civilian career paths. This
helps individuals transitioning out of the military translate their skills to civilian occupations.
US Bureau of Labor Statistics: Occupational Outlook Handbook
work environment; education, training, and other qualifications; pay; the job outlook;
information on state and area data; similar occupations; and sources of additional
information, for 324 occupational profiles, covering about 4 out of 5 jobs in the economy.