It's important to know a lot about your prospective employer, but it's also important to understand where your prospective employer's company or organization fits into the industry as a whole. Prove to your prospective employers that you're thoroughly knowledgeable about your prospective employer's industry by using the resources below.
When researching markets within a particular industry, having the corresponding NAICs code(s) can be very helpful. To locate the NAICs code for your industry of interest, see the linke below.
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The following databases contain industry data. For access and a quick guide to starting your industry research, click the links below or use the drop-down menu above.
What To Look For:
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