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Answered By Library Staff Last Updated: Apr 19, 2017 Views: 9
There are many places you can search for information on the occupational therapy profession. In addition to our search tips below, we also have a research guide, Career Guide, that will help you explore a variety of careers.
To get started on your research for information on occupational therapy as a profession,
you can use the library catalog:
- Use the main search box on the library homepage.
- Search for a topic such as "occupational therapy profession" or "career guidebook."
- Remember to try several different keywords and combinations of words and phrases if you don't find what you're looking for right away.
You can also search for articles on the occupational therapy profession in a database such as Academic Search Premier. You can access Academic Search Premier by:
- Clicking on the "Articles & Databases" link on the library homepage.
- Next, click on "Academic Search Premier"
Finally, a great source for information on careers is the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Occupational Outlook Handbook. This resource provides information such as job duties, average salaries, and related professions.