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  • Explore careers section includes self assessments and career profiles. Job Search covers prep topics like preparing your resume and cover letter, researching employers and practicing common interview questions. This is also where you can search for open positions all over U.S.
  • Toolkit - Find the tool you need to research career information, training, or jobs.

City of Fort Lauderdale

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  • Career profiles - include job descriptions, salary statistics, education and training information, and more. From Browse Career Categories select Business and Financial, Management or Sales.
  • Find jobs
  • Resumes, including templates
  • Interviewing – tips on what to do before, during and after

 Employ Florida

  • Find job openings including scheduling a recurring search with the Virtual Recruiter for job openings that match your criteria.
  • Labor market information – labor market statistics including openings, salaries, occupational profiles, major employers, top growing occupations, education profiles – by state, county or metropolitan area.

Financial Times

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  • New Grad Hub – resources to help you translate your experience, build a killer resume, understand your priorities, find current job openings, and build a network.
  • Search salaries by major

My Next Move

O*Net OnLine

  • Find occupations - tool for career exploration and job analysis. Find, search, or browse across 900+ occupations based on your goals and needs. Then use comprehensive reports to learn about requirements, characteristics, and available opportunities for your selected occupation.


Simply Hired

Zip Recruiter

If you are interested in doing company research prior to an interview, use our Company Information guide to find out more about what information can be found and where.


Top Employers Lists


  • America’s Best Large Employers 2023 - The ranking is based on a survey of about 45,000 workers at American companies and institutions with 5,000 or more employees. The final list ranks the 500 large employers that received the most recommendations.


Great Place to Work

For in depth industry research that will help you identify industries that offer career opportunities, or to find out more about how certain industries operate, use our Industry Information guide to learn what information can be found and where.

Business search engine

Enter keywords in the field above to search more than twenty business-related periodicals.  

These resources were chosen because they are from respected organizations with a primary focus on business. Note that some of these sources, such as Harvard Business Review, have a limited access if you don’t have a subscription. If you are unable to open an article from the search results, search for the article title in the Alvin Sherman Library catalog.

For peer-reviewed journal articles, literature reviews, and primary source material, utilize the business databases on the Alvin Sherman Library website.

The Atlantic Fast Company Inc New York Times Wall Street Journal
Bloomberg Financial Times International Business Times NPR's Planet Money podcast Wired
Business Insider Forbes MarketWatch SeekingAlpha  
CNN Money Fortune Money Training Magazine Network  
Entrepreneur Harvard Business Review The Motley Fool Trend Hunter