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Your job interview process will include identifying companies / organizations to which you want to apply, finding information about them and the industry in which they participate. The sections in this area provide you with some sources that will help you do this research.
Mergent Intellect and Orbis will help you find information about a company.
Use ReferenceUSA to find potential companies to which you might want to apply for a job in a particular industry.
A directory of about 44 million U.S. private and public companies. Provides addresses, contact names, estimates sales and employee figures. Users can search by SIC, yellow page heading, state, city, and down to the zip code level.
This is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with members "throughout the world. Since 1983, the Society has been providing nonprofit staff members, volunteers, and board members with affordable resources and information to work more effectively and efficiently towards accomplishing their mission."
These databases will help you find information about an industry, which you should become familiar with when you set out on your interview.
Provides industry profiles within the wide range of industries that fall under Construction and Real Estate; Public Services, Education, Recreation; Retail, Food and Agriculture; Services; Manufacturing; Technology and Communications; Transportation, Energy, Storage; and Wholesale. Note: Subscription allows five simultaneous users.