Featured Online Resources
Find a job, find a person, find a business! A job search, white pages, and mailing list database that searches more than 30 million businesses and executives, 7 million jobs, 220 million residents, and 7.9 million healthcare professionals. Ideal for sales leads, mailing lists, market research, employment opportunities, finding friends and relatives, and much more!
A useful career building resource, which includes a job search, tools for matching your interests and skills to a career, and a search tool for school and degree programs.
Information on all aspects of starting and operating a business, including accounting, finance, human resources, management, marketing, tax, and more. It combines authoritative periodical and reference content to support prospective and current entrepreneurs as well as business students. Experience an easy-to-browse interface mapped to four key stages—plan, fund, start, and manage—to fit your research needs at any point in your business’s development.
Improve your skills with 500+ self-paced courses, with topics ranging from accounting, history, finance, web development, homeschooling, crafts, test preparation, career training, science, mathematics, and much more. You can learn a new hobby, improve your resume, or earn CEUs and Certificates. Create an account with your library card to log in on future visits.
- Help Wanted Newspaper Classifieds – Sunday papers are in the Newspaper Room
- Interviewing, Resume & Cover Letters, Starting Out/Returning To Work, Industry/Company Research – Check out the Career Resources section, located next on the tables by the Reference Desk
Additional Online Resources
- Career One Stop – Explore careers, training requirements, search for jobs or local resources that can help. Sponsored by the US Dept. of Labor.
- Job-Hunt.org – Excellent practical how-to job search advice from genuine experts to help you have a smarter — and shorter — job search