Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Aug 07, 2019     Views: 235

Books

The library has both print books and eBooks in our collection which can help you research a career or company. The easiest way to find them is our Online Library Catalog

Career

You might try a search for:

[your field of study] AND career.

For example:

psychology AND career

One of the books listed in the results is this eBook: What to Do with Your Psychology Degree : The Essential Career Guide for Psychology Graduates

Company

You might try a search for:

[the company name] AND company. 

For example:

Apple AND company

One of the books listed in the results is this print book: Inside Apple: how America's most admired-and secretive-company really works

Online students may request that the library ship print books to them by following the instructions in this FAQ: How do I place a hold on a book?

Databases

The library has several databases that we recommend for career and company research:

Career

  • Vault Career Intelligence  - Online access to career guides, employee profiles, industry trends and blogs
  • GoinGlobal – Online access to country-specific career and employment resources for more than 80 locations.

Company

  • D&B Hoovers - Information on more than 12 million US and non-US companies, industries, and the people who run them.
  • Nexis Uni - Contains millions of documents from over 8,000 news and business sources and 4,800 legal sources.
  • Mergent Online - In-depth public and private company profiles, financial information, and industry overviews.

For more databases that can help you research a career or company and for helpful tools to create company lists, please visit our Career Resources research guide.

More information:

Don't forget that your best career resource is the The Career Development Center (Campus Students) or SNHU Career (Online Students).

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