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Databases are an excellent resource for company research, demographic information and targeted mailing lists. Join us to learn about the library's databases and how they can work for your business.
Date and time: Monday, July 9, 7 p.m., or Tuesday, July 10, 10 a.m.
Location: Business Center
Looking to change your career? Careers Internet Database can help you decide what your next step might be. It gives detailed reports on 21st-century professions from accountants to zoologists. Careers Internet Database also permits browsing for career personality traits such as creating, helping, organizing and more. It even features a brief, basic career test that will match interests to specific professions. In addition, it links to salary calculators and education planners. Careers Internet Database is a helpful resource for students and adults - - especially job seekers as well as career changers. It is available through our web site under Research. Click on Databases by Subject, then Jobs & Careers.
The Park Place Investment Club came to the Library for a recent meeting to learn about our resources for investors. Reference Librarian Rosalie Bork showed the group where the print versions of Value Line, Morningstar, Standard & Poor's NetAdvantage and various investment newsletters are located in the Business Center. She also told group members about our online databases of these same resources. Arlington Heights investment clubs that would like to learn how to use the Library's online investment databases can call Rosalie Bork at the Answer Center, 847-506-2634 ,or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Groups can meet in our Training Center, and she will demonstrate our databases.