Dictionary of Occupational Titles has been superseded by the Standard Occupational Classification Manual (SOC)
The SOC now supersedes the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT). See also O*NET Online: Occupational Information Network, which is another version of the Standard Occupational Classification Manual (SOC) that allows the user to match SOC and DOT occupational classification systems.
Look at job descriptions to identify and understand specific job elements,
Use Library Catalog, the catalog for the libraries at Vanderbilt to identify books and other resources. Start with keywords: try a keyword search using the name of your major and the words career or job. (Example: communication and job or career)
You can also use subject headings; here are some examples to try:
You will find career resources in many of our libraries, including the Central Library, Management Library, and some right here at the Peabody Library.