This guide will lead you along the basic steps in searching for a job in business and management, from exploring career possibilities to researching industries and companies, to identifying profession and industry-specific sources for job postings. General career resources are available in a related guide originally compiled by Jill Nathanson and now maintained by Mei Ling Lo: Career and Employment Resources.
Ruth Ware was a contributor to the December 2015 version of this Research Guide.
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"It’s 2018, and the American workplace is in flux. The economics have shifted, and for the first time in a long time, nearly every qualified candidate is employed. New technologies such as artificial intelligence and automation are transforming entire industries, including talent acquisition, forever. A new generation has entered the workforce, alongside ground-breaking new movements focused on racial and gender inequality."*
*M. Singer (2018, April 24). Announcing Job Seeker Nation 2018: Exploring the candidate-recruiter relationship [Web log comment]. Retrieved from https://www.jobvite.com/jobvite-news-and-reports/job-seeker-nation-2018-the-candidate-recruiter-relationship/
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