I am trying to write a research paper on jobs vs careers. Where can I find the research information I need for this?


Answered By: Kimberly Boyd
Last Updated: Jan 30, 2017     Views: 9


I'm not really sure what aspect of jobs versus careers that you are interested in as this topic could be narrowed in many different ways.  If my answer to your question does not answer a more specific research topic that you have developed then feel free to get back in touch with us here at the library. 

I went into the business libguide at  From there I chose the articles tab and then I chose the database Business Source Complete.  You will be asked to login using your six digit student ID number and the first part of your email address. 

On the main search page I entered the search terms Jobs Versus Careers.  I got seven results.  Some had to do with having a career work ethic versus just having a job and another had to do with job versus career satisfaction.  If you are not certain of what aspect of jobs versus careers you are interested in writing about you might consider reading some of these articles to gain ideas on the topic.  You can then construct searches using keywords that will get you more information that is relevant to your narrowed topic.

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