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Resources for Company Research, Resume and Interview Preparation

Company Information

Business Source Complete provides detailed company information for more than 1.1 million of the world’s largest public and private companies. Company information data includes: Financials, Subsidiaries, Products, Employees and Industry Information... 

Business Insights: Global
A fully integrated business resource bringing together news articles, company profiles, industry overviews, brand and product information, business rankings, and investment reports. Search this database using a company name, ticker symbol, industry code or description, geographic location, or personal name

Occupational Outlook Handbook
Information from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics including education needed, earnings, working conditions and job prospects for specific occupations

Market Yourself: Join Linkedin and create a Profile on its website. In addition, create a perfect resume and have it ready for internship/job application submission.

       Helpful Resources

Discover LinkedIn Learning: Thousands of online video courses for enhancing your skills to help you land the jobs you want,  Courses on how to best prepare for your interviews, Microsoft office (Excel, Powerpoint...), Adobe creative cloud (Photoshop, Premiere pro, Lightroom…), web development, photography, accounting, marketing, business management, and even courses on information lIteracy and research. The tips below will help you get started:

  • On Linkedin Website, click on Learning next to Jobs at the top right corner. Use the search box at the top of the page to try finding a few skills, subjects, or software you would like to learn to get some idea of the course offerings, quality of the courses, and how they might help you achieve your career and academic goals. You do not need a subscription to see a course description and its table of contents
  • You may take the 1-month free trial if you want, but New York Public Library provides access to Linkedin Learning (formerly for free if you have a NYPL library card. Here’s NYPL information for Getting a Free Library Card Today. You may apply for a free card online or go to your nearest NYPL library branch to apply in person (only takes a few minutes). Do not forget to make a PIN number for the library card. You need both your library card number and PIN to login to LinkedIn Learning
  • Here’s a direct link for starting Linkedin Learning via NYPL Library Card Verification Page