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Library Employability Guide

CityLibrary Search

CityLibrary Search is a great place to start your research. You can quickly discover relevant information on any topic across the Library's collections. 

  • You should use CityLibrary Search to find books and e-books in the library collection, and to access full-text journal articles the library subscribes to. 
  • It is easy to use CityLibrary Search uses a familiar search interface, it is similar to Google.
  • Search results can be filtered using the facets on the left hand side of the screen. To find electronic books and articles, please click Full Text Online at the top right of the search results screen. 
  • You can save all the relevant results you have retrieved. You can print, email or export them to RefWorks (or other reference management software).

Careers books

These are useful for general background reading on interviews and job hunting or researching different sectors such as health, law and business.

You can access books, journals and journal articles from: CityLibrary Search on the Library website. To find electronic books and articles, please click Full Text Online at the top right of the search results screen. 

See our Careers reading list for some of our titles and click View online to read electronic titles

Journal articles

You can find some journal titles in the Journals A-Z list  which is on the Library website.

There are some Careers journals which may be of interest.

As mentioned, you can use CityLibrary Search to find Careers articles and journals by selecting Articles from the drop down menu on the right hand side.

CityLibrary Search box on the Library Services homepage, from the adjacent dropdown "articles" is selected.

Databases

Some databases which may of interest for Careers and Employability are: