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America continues to lose good jobs. The unemployment rate is still high in some states. What must it feel like for the students and library patrons you serve to look forward to a world of work not knowing how to proceed, how to succeed, even how to survive! Many young people today don't know what they want to do — even what there is to do. What are the choices available which can utilize special skills, experience, education, and aptitude?

Adults too need guidance when changing jobs (the average professional will change jobs ten times and careers three times in a lifetime). Imagine how discouraged and lost you would feel after being laid off or downsized, now knowing who to turn to for guidance.

In these times of economic hardship, access to the best information is critical. Now, you can provide the help they need.

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Complete, original, thorough, unbiased information on 350 career fields and thousands of jobs  
 Enrichment tools including a professionally designed interest assessment test to point users in the direction of careers which will fulfill their needs and suit their aptitudes
 Video Introductions featuring real-world professionals shown performing their career duties
 Extensive secure reliable links to associations, periodicals, and a wealth of additional career information
 Education Planner — The best colleges, vocational schools, and other educational resources specific to each career, with easy to use links to obtain more information about programs and courses, financial aid and admissions
  Up-to-the-minute Career News, the most relevant developments in today’s workplace
 Get Involved Now, timely notices of competitions, internships, scholarships, and learning opportunities
  Unlimited easy-to-use PRINT function -- Teachers and librarians can print multiple ebooks of Careers Reports to hand out to students or patrons, or have available in the library or counselor’s office.
 You will have unlimited access from all the computers in your school/library. Plus users can even access this very useful website from their homes on any computer at any time.


We pledge that visitors to Careers Internet Database will never be subjected to intrusive and inappropriate advertising and that we will never disclose any information about users to anyone for any reason, practices which educational authorities now condemn.

Institute For Career Research has been America’s most reliable authority on Vocational Guidance for many generations and we will continue in these challenging times to fulfill our obligation to you and those whom you are devoted to help, to provide this same high quality of service utilizing the most advanced Internet technology.

Click below for a free special guest UserName/Password so you can explore Careers Internet Database. You will quickly realize how valuable this new Internet resource will be for you and those you help in your school/library.