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Books & eBooks
Associates Programs Source Plus
Index to magazines, journals, newspapers and books specifically selected for two-year college students
Academic Search Complete
Comprehensive scholarly database with more than 7,000, full text, peer reviewed journals. Also contains magazine articles, trade publications, news items and multimedia resources.
Recommended for current trade (industry) journals, newspapers and magazines.
Key Career Websites
Career Google Search (by SFCC)
This custom Google search created by SFCC librarians highlights recommended career sites.
Career Bridge (Washington State)
Includes a quiz to identify your career interests and infomation on what training you need for a particular career.
Career Coach (CCS)
Information about careers in the Spokane area and the degrees required to qualify.
Find out what skills and abilties are required for the job you want. Includes a detailed description of typical work activities. Salary and employment trends are listed by state.
Career Onestop - Browse Occupations
You may search with keywords or use the menu. You must choose a state. Also includes common interview questions.
Career Outlook (BLS.gov)
"Career Outlook articles provide data and information on a variety of topics—including occupations and industries, pay and benefits, and more. These articles are helpful for students, career counselors, jobseekers, and others planning careers."
My Skills My Future
New link on Career Onestop. Match your skills or career interest to employment opportunities.
Job descriptions also useful crosswalks from one career or job to another.
Occupational Outlook Handbook (BLS.gov)
This publication describes the nature of the work, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects for a wide range of occupations.
Wages by Area & Occupation (BLS.gov)
BLS wage data by area and occupation
WOIS - Washington Occupational Interest Survey
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