Get to Work! Researching Careers using Government Resources
Want to know what your occupation’s compensation currently averages, averaged 30 years ago, or is projected to earn in the next ten years? If you are interested in seeing the evolution of compensation in your field then make sure you stop by the Government Documents section in Randall Library. Currently on display is the exhibit Get to Work! Researching Careers using Government Resources. On exhibit are government resources that can be used to research careers as well as documents that show the projected growth of your profession in the future.
For more information about Randall Library's collection of Government Documents and our status as a US Government Document Depository, email Jaime Huaman, Government Information Specialist, at huamanj [at] uncw [dot] edu
On the right you will find images of some of the government resources on display. Below you find a list of print and online resources that are highlighted in this display.
- Workplace rules for teen workers by the North Carolina Department of Labor by the North Carolina Dept. of Labor
- Employment and earnings by the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Career opportunities in science and technology compiled by Angela McMillian and Michelle Cadoree Bradley
- Create a world of difference-- with a career as a computer specialist by US Army Corps of Engineers
- Career guide to industries by U.S. G.P.O
- Working in the 21st century by U.S. Dept. of Labor
- Occupational outlook quarterly by the U.S. Dept. of Labor
- Occupational outlook handbook : employment information on major occupations for use in guidance by the U.S. Dept. of Labor
- Women in the Labor Force: a databook by the U.S. Dept. of labor