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Welcome to the career resources guide created by MCC librarians. For more information about MCC Library resources, please see our website. For help finding articles or books, see Getting Started With Research.
The sources in this guide are useful for all MCC students.
If you're working on the Career or Transfer Research Project for MCC Essentials, the document below has information about formatting your paper and citing your sources, including websites and interviews, in APA or MLA style, and the screencast shows you where to find additional resources. If you need help with citation style or paper formatting, MCC tutors and librarians can help!
Offers 334 occupational profiles for about 84% of the jobs in the US economy. Find information about median pay, education required and the projected growth rate for an occupation. Published by the US Department of Labor.
Gather basic facts, terminology and background information from Credo's reference collection which includes specialized encyclopedias, dictionaries and atlases.The mind map feature can help you find keywords for your research.
Especially for MCC Students -- career and resume tools
Create a free account with your student ID number. Upload your resume. Access job and internship postings, career resources, and career and transfer announcements. Develop and upload a resume with the resume builder.
Make an appointment with your advisor or MCC's Career Counselor. They can review your resume or help you create one. They can also point you towards specialized resources for your particular major or career.