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Career Resources

Begin with Webster University's Career Services

Your career road sign

Need help with career exploration and maximizing your educational experience in the job market? Check out Webster's Career Planning & Development Center (CPDC) website.  They're the experts!

This research guide is intended to supplement the CPDC website with additional Webster University Library resources for career and job hunting information. 

For non-Webster users of this guide, there is a list of freely available websites linked in the boxes at the bottom box of this page. 

Career Planning & Development Center

If you are a Webster University student or alum, the Career Planning and Development Center is your first stop for career exploration and job search materials.

The Career Planning websiteImage captured 8/16/2019

U.S. government websites for career & job exploration

For some of our favorite websites, see below.

Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor and billing itself as "your source for career exploration, training & jobs".  

Career One Stop's toolkit page

U.S. Department of Labor

Check out the U.S. Department of Labor's topics menu, which links to information about breaks and meal periods; health plans & benefits including COBRA; resources for people with disabilities; Equal Employment Opportunity (EEOC); Family & Medical Leave (FMLA); training; worker's compensation; wages, e.g. minimum wage and Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and more! 

[graphic captured from 8/19/2019]


Topic list on DOL website