Selections from the Main Library
Job Resource Center
The Best jobs for
the 21st century. Michael Farr. 2004. JOB
The Career guide for creative and unconventional
people. Carol Eikleberry. 1999. JOB 331.702.
Dictionary of occupational titles. U.S. Department of Labor,
1991 Ref Desk 371.4/Dictionary.
Discover what you're best
at. Linda Gale. 1998. JOB 371.264.
Do what you are. Paul D. Tieger and Barbara
Barron-Tieger. 2001. JOB 155.2.
Don't Retire, Rewire!: 5 Steps to Fulfilling Work
That Fuels Your Passion, Suits Your Personality, or Fills
Your Pocket. Jeri Sedlar. 2003. JOB 305.26.
Find your calling, love your life: paths to your truest self in life and
work. Martha Finney. 1998. JOB 331.702.
From high school to work: 150 great tech prep
careers 1998. JOB 373.246/From.
almanac. 2001. JOB 331.702/Jobs.
Nice job! : A guide to cool, odd, risky, and gruesome ways to make a
living. Jake Brooks. 1999.
Occupational outlook handbook. Bureau of Labor
Statistics . Annual. Ref Desk
371.4/Occupational; older editions in Job Resource
The Pathfinder: How to choose or change your career for a lifetime of
satisfaction and success. Nicholas Lore. 1998.
What color is your parachute? Richard Nelson Bolles. Annual.
Wishcraft: How to get what you really
want. Barbara Sher. 2004. JOB 158.1.
job-hunting resources, see our Finding a Great Job