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Career Research Guide: Home

Explore resources and recommendations from Syracuse University Career Services and Syracuse University Libraries to support your career search efforts.

Recommendations and Resources from Syracuse University Career Services

Recommended Databases for Career Research

In addition to the resources and tips from Syracuse University Career Services (see recommendations above), use the company, industry, and article research databases provided by Syracuse University Libraries to create lists of prospective employers, find jobs, discover industry trends and industry associations, and learn everything you can about a company before you interview.

Company Research

Create your own targeted lists of companies where you might like to work (using industry codes, such as NAICS codes, geography, and other criteria) and learn everything you can about a certain company before you interview.

Business Article Databases

Find more information about a company, industry, or career by searching in business article databases.

Business Information Guide

See the Business Information Guide to find more information and resources relevant for career and business research.

Business, Management, & Entrepreneurship Librarian

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Stephanie JH McReynolds
Contact:
Please email or call for research guidance or an appointment year-round at Bird Library.
(315) 443-9524

The following drop-in office hours will be held during the fall 2018 semester. Any office hours cancellations will be noted here as well:

Wednesdays
1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Whitman, at a table in the hallway of the second floor
NO OFFICE HOURS ON 9/19

Thursdays
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Bird Library, Blackstone LaunchPad (on the first floor)
NO OFFICE HOURS ON 9/20, 9/27, 10/11, and 10/18

Fridays
10:00 am to 12:00 pm (Noon)
Whitman, Couri Hatchery (room 116)
NO OFFICE HOURS ON 9/21 and 10/12

If you need immediate assistance from a library staff person (especially if it is after "business hours") consider using SU Libraries' "Ask Us!" options (which include a 24/7 chat service).