The Library offers extensive information on occupations, educational planning, career
planning, training and job search strategies in the Career Centre of the Mississauga Central
Library, Sciences and Business Department, located on the second floor of the building.
Staff are available in person, by phone or via e-mail to answer the informational requests of
employers, employment seekers, career changers and students.
Tour the Career Centre
Take a Job Hunting Tour, and see what the Mississauga Central Library has to offer you
regarding career and job information!
Drop-in tours are offered the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
Job hunting groups and other organizations may also wish to book a tour. A minimum of two weeks
notice is required for group tours.
Call 905-615-3500 Ext. 3589 to book a tour.
BOOKS - IN THE LIBRARY
Best Jobs for the 21st Century
by Laurence Shatkin
Mississauga Central Library, Sciences and Business Department. Career Centre 331.702 SHA
Knock 'em Dead 2013: The Ultimate Job Search Guide
by Martin Yate
Mississauga Central Library, Sciences and Business Department. Career Centre 650.14 YAT
What Color Is Your Parachute?  A Practical Manual for Job Hunters and Career
by Richard Bolles
Mississauga Central Library, Sciences and Business Department. Career Centre 650.14 BOL
A Canadian database containing information on 140 different occupations including job
descriptions, salary range and educational requirements. Occupations are indexed by school
subjects, occupational clusters and alphabetical listings.
Career Development E-Manual
Developed by the Career Services of the University of Waterloo, this guide helps to define
skills and abilities thereby directing people to a suitable profession.
NextSteps.Org: Career Planning
Provides two methods to career planning