Building industry and company knowledge allows you to begin to identify the career sectors in which you feel you have the strongest fit, and to think strategically about making inroads into connecting with individuals who work for companies/organizations of interest.
|Buzzfile||Using BuzzFile you can access detailed information on virtually every company in the U.S. You can map and save your search results as well.|
|O*Net||A Department of Labor website that utilizes a guided menu of job descriptors, industries, career clusters, in-demand industry locators and more to help you learn about career paths.|
|Vault||An excellent tool for learning about companies that can be accessed by logging into HuskyCareerPrep (login with your NetID) You can find Vault under the Research Tools section in HuskyCareerPrep.
|Conduct Informational Interviews||An informational interview consists of speaking with individuals in a particular career field or job of interest to gain a better understanding of the profession, the company, day-to-day responsibilities, and skills necessary for success.|
|Utilize this Guide on how to utilize LinkedIn in your job search|
Cultivate Career Capital
|Develop Professional Brand||Research Industries & Target Companies||Build Connections Relevant Experience|
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