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New Training & Development Trends
Illustrates recent shifts in training and development.

Bureau of Labor Statistics Projections
You may wish to supplement the Outlook Handbook with figures and articles concerning the projected future of particular occupations. In that case, this is the site to visit.

Occupational Outlook Handbook
This is the place to begin, of course, in researching particular occupational fields. It is the Bureau of Labor Statistics official handbook.

Yahoo! Professional Organizations
If you want to explore a particular field (or fields) further, you want to go to their associations, or professional associations, and many of them are listed he

Pencom Career Center
This site also deals with salary research. It offers an interactive salary guide, as well as other 'goodies': nationwide job listings, and articles on particular careers.

Careers in Business
For those interested in business careers, or careers in finance, accounting or management, the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State has this "Business Job Finder" just for you.

Starting Point-business
And now, to get really detailed. This site, sponsored by American Business Information, Inc. lists 88 million households and 11 million businesses. They can give you a full company profile with key executives, number of employees, sales volume, lines of business, fax numbers and more. A profile is available, by phone call, for $3.

Bigbook
As far as locating a business is concerned, once you know its name, there are huge telephone directories on the Web, which are searchable by name. This one, accessible on this WashingtonPost.com site, will not only give you the address, but also draw you a map showing you where the business is located. Only drawback: the maps are not always accurate, key streets are not named at times unless you zoom all the way in, and sometimes the addresses are as much as a year out of date. (Bad news if the place moved in the last 12 months.) Still its a good start.

BigYellow
NYNEX has another such directory, helpful in locating the phone number and address of a particular business, anywhere in the country.