Gives descriptions for 127 major jobs, most often held by college graduates. Also includes articles on labor market trends and a section with results-oriented career planning and job search advice.
American Salaries and Wages Survey
Call Number: Reference HD 4973 .A67
A compilation of occupations and their corresponding salaries obtained from hundreds of federal and state government sources and from various trade associations and journals. Appendixes include a salary conversion table and employment statistics by occupation projected through 2008.
Call Number: UCF Main Library U.S. Documents -- L 2.3/4-3:
Ceased publication in 2011. Presented background career information and statistics for the 40 industries that account for 70 percent of wage and salary jobs in the United States. Included nature of the industry, employment data, working conditions, training, earnings, rate of job growth, and outlook.
- U.S. Documents L 2.3/4-3: (1992-1994, 1998/99-2002/03, 2008/09)
- Online (2010/11)
- ASI Microfiche 6748-87 (1992-1994, 1998/99-2010/11)
- ASI Microfiche 6726-1.86 (1994/95)
Employment outlook, 1998-2008 : occupational change from an industry perspective
Call Number: U.S. Documents L2.3:2522
Provides information on where future job growth is expected by industry and occupation and the likely composition of the work force pursuing those jobs.
Jobs Rated Almanac: The Best and Worst Jobs--250 in All--Ranked by More than a Dozen Vital Factors Including Salary, Stress, Benefits, and More
Call Number: Reference HF 5382.5 .U5 K72 1999
Ranks 250 jobs by 12 criteria, including work environment, income, outlook, stress, physical demands, extra, job security, and where the jobs are. Within each section, jobs are listed alphabetically. A final section contains an overall ranking of jobs.
OECD Employment Outlook
Call Number: Reference HD 5706 .O35
Provides an annual assessment of labor market developments and prospects in member countries. Each issue contains an overall analysis of the latest job market trends and short-term forecasts, and examines, through a series of lengthy essays, key market developments.
Statistics compiled by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics include current employment numbers by state and metropolitan area; information on employee benefits in private, small, medium, and large companies; the average cost of wages per hour for major occupational and industry group; wages for specific levels of work for 450 occupations on an hourly and annual basis available on national, state and metropolitan level; and average earnings of employees on an hourly and annual basis for 750 occupations available by state and metropolitan areas.