New Career Tools Available at Greenwich Library

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Greenwich Library now offers access to the Vault Online Career Library, the Internet's ultimate destination for insider career and education information. The database includes 70 Vault Career Guidebooks; 50 Vault Gold Company Reports on top employers in the area; 4,000 company profiles and over 1,000 career advice articles, sample resumes, cover letters and interview tips. Access is available to Greenwich Library cardholders from home or office.

"This content rich database will bring our patrons the tools they need to compete in today's competitive job market," said Wynne Delmhorst, Greenwich Library's Information Services Manager. "Vault is a leading source of career information that will make researching employers, industries, and career subjects easy and efficient," Delmhorst said.

Vault also offers insider information on top education programs including MBA programs, universities and law schools. Vault's education information includes exclusive student and alumni surveys and sample admission essays.

Fortune Magazine called Vault "The best place on the Web to prepare for a job search. Scroll through pages of message boards, industry news, and career-management services, and pay attention to resume and interviewing pointers. Free employee profiles and company highlights give the inside scoop on companies."

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