There are lots of resources for career information. There are links here to reference sources, books, and websites. If you have any questions, contact the Reference Desk (954.201.6653) or email us with the contact information on the right side of this screen.
The Holland Codes is a system to classify jobs into job categories, interest clusters, or work personality environments. In the Holland Model, these categories represent work personalities. Based on John Holland's theory of vocational choice and personality types. Respond to items (simple check-boxes); view results for Holland Code. View jobs by Holland Code. Links take you to the Occupational Outlook Handbook for details about each occupation.
For hundreds of different types of jobs—such as teacher, lawyer, and nurse—the Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you: the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job, and working conditions,
Career Library provides content on over 2,500 occupations, post-secondary career paths, and data on nearly 4,000 2-yr and 4-yr colleges and universities.
The following subscription database can be accessed using your BC student ID number found on your BC Photo ID card. Your default PIN is a 4 digit code based on your birth date: MMDD. (For example, if you were born on July 04, your PIN is 0704.)
This portal is intended to provide information on student graduation, employment, earnings, and continued education rates for each of the 28 Florida College System institutions and Public School District Career Centers. The data is accessible by institution, by program type and program title. The source of this data is the Florida Education and Training Placement Information Program (FETPIP) which provides follow-up statistics on students.
Welcome to the College Central Network (CCN) Services for Broward College. CCN works with BC career center to help you launch your career, providing vital online job search resoruces that include: Search for jobs posted exclusively to Broward College; Build a résumé with Résumé Builder, or upload a résumé file to Resume Central® so it can be searched by employers (if you so authorize).
Many jobs that do not require a four-year degree need workers and are growing quickly. This completely updated edition of Top 100 Careers Without a Four-Year Degree identifies which of these jobs are most promising and offers extensive information about them.
150 Best Jobs for a Secure Future by Laurence Shatkin
Call Number: HF 5382.5 .U5 S4633 2012
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
Jobs with stability are in demand. More than ever, people want assurance that another recession, technological advances, or offshoring won't derail their career.