Career Outlook Information
Occupational Outlook Handbook, by the United States Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. This online career guide offers up-to-date career descriptions and outlooks for hundreds of professions. Great information for anyone at any stage of their career.
Glassdoor, Inc. is a job board, a recruiting channel, and so much more. With over 6 million company reviews by employees (the good, bad, and ugly), up-to-date salary reports on nearly every profession conceivable, and a library of studies on trends, Glassdoor is a career outlook resource to check out before you head to your next interview.
Eurostat, by the European Commission, is an excellent source for up-to-date hard data on anything financial in Europe, along with a good section on job vacancy statistics and trends.
TalentCulture.com, by Meghan M. Biro. Keep up with the pulse of the ever-changing career environment. Regular online chats, articles, and research discussions on TalentCulture.com, and throughout social media, provide career information for today and into the future.
CareerBuilder.com, one of the first online job sites, conducts a number of studies and surveys to keep job seekers abreast of what’s happening in the workforce and where their careers might be headed.
Manpower, one of the largest staffing agencies in the world, offers updated reports on hiring trends around the globe. Results for the US can be further narrowed down to 100 metropolitan statistical areas.