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Academic and professional journals.
AtoZdatabases: 2.3 Million Jobs – Full time, Internships, and More
AtoZdatabases’s Premier Jobs Database has over 2.3 million job listings. Search nationwide, by city, by state, or by ZIP code. Simply find jobs by keyword, business name, and job title. Search by 27 popular categories to see available jobs in your industry. Apply for full time, part time, internship, contract, or temporary jobs. Advanced searching allows you to limit by salary range, radius around your city or ZIP code, and many more selections to find the right job for you.
Business Source Premier
A full text business database.
Access skill building courses in math, reading, and writing, as well as hundreds of online interactive practice tests that can help you to prepare for many types of exams, including Advanced Placement (AP) tests, SAT, ACT, GED, Civil Service and ASVAB. There is also a series of courses that would help the job seeker, from resume preparation to business writing skills and specific career test prep courses such as those for EMT, nursing or cosmetology.
Ohio Career Information System
The Ohio Career Information System (OCIS) is an internet-based system of accurate and comprehensive occupational, post-secondary education and financial aid information. OCIS contains the latest national, Ohio, and local labor market information and projections.
Statistical Abstract of the U.S.
Issued annually by the federal government between 1878 and 2012, The Statistical Abstract of the U.S. is generally considered to be the most comprehensive single source for U.S. statistics. Due to budget cuts, the federal government ceased producing this resource in 2012. Beginning with the 2013 edition, ProQuest now provides an online version of this information.
Topics covered in this resource include: Population; Births, Deaths, Marriages, and Divorces; Health and Nutrition; Education; Law Enforcement, Courts, and Prisons; Geography and Environment; Elections; State and Local Government Finances and Employment; Federal Government Finances and Employment; National Security and Veterans Affairs; Social Insurance and Human Services; Labor Force, Employment, and Earnings; Income, Expenditures, Poverty and Wealth; Prices; Business Enterprise; Science and Technology; Agriculture; Forestry, Fishing, and Mining; Energy and Utilities; Construction and Housing; Manufactures; Wholesale and Retail Trade; Transportation; Information and Communications; Banking, Finance and Insurance; Arts, Recreation and Travel; Accommodation, Food Services and Other Services; Foreign Commerce and Aid; Puerto Rico and the Island Areas; and International Statistics.
Workforce Skills for the 21st Century
Workforce Skills for 21st Century Success provides resources to boost basic workplace and job search skills, and prepare job seekers for advanced occupational training. This interactive, self-paced learning approach allows job seekers to learn at their convenience. The intuitive platform provides the backbone students and all job seekers need to succeed in the modern workplace.
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