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Career Transitions: How to Use (Search) the Career Transitions Database

Introduction and key features of the database Career Transitions, available to everyone in the Stetson Community.

Intro to Career Transitions Database

The duPont-Ball Library offers you a first-rate database called Career Transitions, which provides tools for job seekers navigating the new economy. Innovative and accessible, Career Transitions helps library users improve their chances of finding sustainable employment. It is a step-by-step electronic tool, provides hands-on guidance to support your job search activities, including:

  • Job-seeking – support with creating resumes, writing cover letters, and applying for positions as well as interactive interview practice
  • Career exploration – discovering career interests; identifying new opportunities based on work or military experience; exploring growing career paths, including green and new economy jobs; and finding education and training
  • In addition to helping users identify measurable details about their accomplishments and successes, Career Transitions offers:
  • Multiple job-search options, including internships and entry-level, with job tracking
  • A streamlined interface designed to give users immediate access to activities
  • Comprehensive education and training options by career, program, and location
  • Continually updated with expert advice and industry-leading content
  • Assistance matching work and military experience to new careers
  • Hundreds of career overview videos, including “A Day in the Life” series featuring real people working in various occupations
  • Seamless integration with Training and Education Resource Center (for TERC subscribers)
  • Measure overall impact and library value In addition. In addition, Career Transitions provides detailed insight into user activities through its Trends, Activities, Outcomes, and Reporting with:
  • Visual, easy-to-create reports detailing what features users are using and finding valuable
  • Optional user surveys to identify accomplishments and value in jobs and progress

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