Anyone who has conducted a successful job search will tell you that it is quite time consuming, and researching employers is a component that adds to the time it takes. That said, most employers generally claim that the worst candidates for jobs are those who have not done their “homework.” In other words, most employers are seeking candidates who have at least learned the basics about their organizations.

   Employer Research Guide (GSU Publication)  

   Occupational Outlook Handbook

Interested in learning more about careers in Chemistry, Communication & Media, Health Care, Environment & Conservation, Hospitality & Tourism, Criminal Justice and Physics?  The library has a new series of E-books dedicated to careers. The databases are available to all when in the library.  Only current students, faculty and staff may access them when off campus  through the website or the GSU App.

The guides provide comprehensive material for current and prospective students interested in perusing a career in psychology or related fields. The resources can all be reviewed here:

Guide to Careers in Psychology-
Counseling Career Guide-
Social Work Career Guide-