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Databases are collections of authoritative information sources, such as newspaper and magazine articles, pamphlets, and reference books.  An “online” or “electronic” makes print content available in a digital format via the Web. Please visit the following databases to help you in job search.

JobNow!
Get interactive, one-on-one help with resumes, interviews, and more from JobNow’s employment experts. 
In-library Access
Outside the Library Access
 
Business and Company Resource Center 
Search this database to find information on thousands of companies and industries.
In-library Access
Outside the Library Access
 

Business Source Premier
Find full-text articles from business periodicals covering subjects such as management, economics, finance, accounting, and international business. Country reports and national and international company profiles are also available.
In-library Access
Outside the Library Access

Reference USA
A detailed directory of more than 14 million U.S. public and private businesses and 89 million U.S. residents.
In-library Access
Outside the Library Access

INTERNET LINKS
ISEEK
Minnesota 's gateway to career, employment, education, and business information.
 
Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development
Website for the State of Minnesota 's principal economic development agency.
 
BLS Career Guide
From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
 
O*Net Online
Occupational Information Network from the U.S. Dept. of Labor
 
StarTribune Employment Section
Job listings and articles to help you in your search.
 
Career Overview
Portal Website to many job search megasites.
 
Juju.com
This job search engine provides quick access to jobs found on thousands of employer websites and job boards all around the web.
 
Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA) Jobs & Small Business Resources
MELSA (Metropolitan Library Service Agency) is an alliance of over 100 public libraries in the seven-county Twin Cities metro, working together to bring the best library services and programs to you.
 
Learn new computer skills or brush up on the latest technology with free technology tutorials from the Goodwill Foundation.
 

CARVER COUNTY WORKFORCE SERVICE CENTER
Call 952-361-1711 or stop in at the Carver County Government Center Human Services Building for free job search help and employer services. Workshops, career counseling, vocational assessment, and other services are available.

 

Important Note:  Carver County Library is not responsible for the content or accuracy of the information provided on external websites. The inclusion of a link does not constitute an endorsement by the library of that website.