The above search box will search the library's collection of online articles. The radio buttons below the search box can help you to narrow your search by the type of article. Scholarly articles are typically research studies written by experts in their field. Reference articles are great for background information such as you would get from an encyclopedia. Magazines and News articles are excellent sources for current information typically written by reporters and column writers. The Google Scholar search actually dumps free library content in Google Scholar.
When searching, it is important to consider the words or keywords you are entering in the search box. You may wish to start with a simple search of the keywords Career Adaptability. However, you don't wish to stop there. Consider other searches and phrases that also might reveal resources for your Career Adaptability topic. For instance, you might try life-long learning, career planning, 21st century business skills, vocational development, technological literacy, etc.
While the articles in the databases below should appear in the search results of the One Search box above, the advantage of using the below databases is the level of focus that they bring to each resource. Each of these database has a specific focus, such as business, news, psychology, or sociology. Searching these databases individually can afford you a lens through which you might be able to see research into Career Adaptability.
This database is dedicated to the small business entrepreneur. It contains a wealth of information to help start-ups and small businesses get off the ground and encourages and entrepreneurial spirit that can be a key to one's career adaptability.
SocIndex is a database that studies society. If you are looking to uncover some of the sociological reasons behind the career adaptability of people and groups, this would be a great database to select.
Career Research Databases
These databases are dedicated to career research and can help you get an idea of the different careers available and how to obtain these careers.
Known for its unprecedented depth of coverage, this comprehensive career research database is organized into three main sections: Through Industries and Careers, users can explore a multitude of industries, career fields, and professions; Plan Your Education helps users find the schools that fit them best; and Launch Your Career offers solid advice to help users perfect the skills that beget success. The material draws from a range of authoritative sources, including more than 880 updated articles and entries from the Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 16th Edition. A new "From Our Career Experts" section features regular blog posts with an archive of more than 2,300 posts.
My Next Move is an interactive tool for job seekers and students to learn more about their career options. The site has tasks, skills, salary information, and more for over 900 different careers. Users can find careers through keyword search; by browsing industries that employ different types of workers; or through the O*NET Interest Profiler, a tool that offers personalized career suggestions based on a person's interests and level of work experience
O*NET is a tool for career exploration and job analysis! O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more! Keyword or O*NET-SOC Code: Browse groups of similar occupations to explore careers.