Employment Resources in the Library

The Ivy Tech library is a good place to look for career information.  We have hundreds of books to choose from, both in the library and online to read on a computer.  We have access to millions of articles from thousands of newspapers, magazines, and journals, including dozens of Indiana newspapers.  And of course, we have computers to use to surf the Internet to find web sites like those listed below.  The Ivy Tech library staff are happy to assist you in your search for information.  Ivy Tech students can use library resources, from on or off campus, without a problem.  Non-Ivy Tech students can use many of these resources only from the library.

Furguson's Career Guidance Center, available in the library or to Ivy Tech students, staff, and faculty anywhere, has background information on hundreds of occupations, information on gaining necessary skills, videos, and much more. 

Web Sites
These web sites are available for anyone to use.

Occupational Outlook Handbook, from the United States Department of Labor, gives expected job prospects, working conditions, earnings, and more for hundreds of different types of jobs.

O*NET, the Occupational Information Network, lists skills and abilities, employment trends, related occupations, and more, for hundreds of jobs.

Testing & Education Reference Center is “loaded with information on colleges, technical schools and executive programs, practice entrance, certification and professional license exams that show students what to expect and how to prepare,” information about scholarships, military test preparation, and more.

Jobs & Careers links are from INSPIRE, Indiana's virtual library.

CareerOneStop is sponsored by the United States Department of Labor.

INvest.in.gov to help Hoosiers keep track of information regarding the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act recently signed by President Obama.

AboutJobs.com "is an on-line recruitment network that provides career resources and employment opportunities to high school and college students, resort and hospitality staff, expatriates and international job seekers, part-time workers, and adventure seekers."



See Employment Resources from Ivy Tech Library to find much more, including some of our books (online and in the library.)

Last Modified: February 19, 2014