The Career Center Library and FSU Libraries subscribe to a number of databases that can assist users in their career search. See below for popular databases to get you started on your search. For assistance with any of the databases, contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431.
For those seeking a career in the Arts, whether you're looking for full or part-time, seasonal or year round, paid or volunteer, you have the option of searching by keyword, city, state, job category, or the date the job was posted. Includes salary range and company info with expanded job profiles. Save multiple searches in your profile for each of your interests. Also includes grants, publications and research in the arts. Password-Protected Site: FSU students, staff, and alumni may contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431 for guidelines on obtaining access. You can use this database if you are looking for work, an internship, news and publications or grant in the arts.
AtoZdatabases includes 30 million business & executive profiles. Find Industry and Demographic Profiles, Historical Data and Job Postings for U.S. businesses. You can use this database for market research and employment and internship opportunities in the U.S.
CEI Internships provides full, up to date information on over 2,800 organizations offering internships and summer jobs for students. Users can search by interests such as Social Problems, International Affairs, Women's Rights, Advertising Agencies, America's Top Companies, Media, Sports, Law and Policy and more. Password-Protected Site: FSU students, staff, and alumni may contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431 for guidelines on obtaining access.You can use this database to search internships by specific area of interest or by industry.
Chronicle Occupational Briefs present information on more than 2,000 occupational titles, including 650 comprehensive occupational descriptions, ranging from those that require a high school diploma or less, through professional careers. You may select from the more than 2,000 occupational titles in the Alphabetical List of Occupations. Password-Protected Site: FSU students, staff, and alumni may contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431 for guidelines on obtaining access. You can use this database to learn more about types of jobs.
Get instant access to thousands of job postings for entry-level, early-career candidates and internships. Supplemental links provide full job details and application requirements, continuously updated listings in the Liberal Arts. Password-Protected Site: FSU students, staff, and alumni may contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431 for guidelines on obtaining access. You can use this database to search for a job or internship in the Liberal Arts.
- Performing Arts
- Liberal Arts
- Writing, Editing & Communications
- Management and Business
Going Global provides country-specific career and employment information, including world-wide internship and job postings, H1B employer listings, corporate profiles, and career resources for 30 countries including the largest cities in the U.S. and Canada. Accessible through Secure Apps. You can use this database to find a job or internship abroad and the U.S. or to find valuable information on working and living in a specific country or city.
Plunkett Research provides profiles of thousands of industry-leading employers. Compile custom lists and export contact data. Search, view and filter employers by employee count, revenues, profitability, geo graphic location, type of ownership and much more. Used for market research, job hunting, writing a business plan or building a prospect list. You can use this database to do research and compare companies, find potential employers within a specific industry, view videos to learn more about an industry.
The International Educator (TIE) is a non-profit organization committed to matching the best educators with the best international schools around the world. TIE is the marketplace for international education by providing the venue where schools can find exceptional candidates, and teachers can find exceptional jobs. Protected Site: FSU students, staff, and alumni may contact a Career Center staff member at 850-644-6431 for guidelines on obtaining access. You can use this database if you want to find a job teaching in other countries.
The Chronicle provides news reports and editorials on all facets of higher education in the United States, Canada, and abroad, with reference lists of relevant research, books, seminars, workshops, fellowships, and grants. You can use this database for career advice, tools and information on succeeding in a career in higher education.
While directed at PhDs in the humanities and social sciences, Versatile PhD is a useful site for all graduate students providing information about preparing for a range of possible careers. There is an excellent library of first-person narratives about careers outside of academia, as well as career panels, discussion groups, and networking opportunities. Also included are resumes and cover letters by PhDs who got the job. Graduate students, faculty, and others have free access to premium resources provided through the University's subscription to Versatile PhD . For access, please start by clicking here to authenticate yourself as a Florida State University affiliate. You can use this database to find jobs requiring a PhD that are outside of academia.
Through Vault Career Intelligence, you have access to company profiles, industry profiles, descriptions of professions, salary information and more. It also includes an in-depth Internship Database and Job Board and over 100 titles of award-winning career guides, including interview strategies, job-search tips, and full-length profiles of leading companies. You can use this database to search for a job or internship, to learn about an industry or profession or to get help with resumes, cover letters, interviewing and more.