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Career Development Research Guide: Citing Sources

How to Cite Your Work

Most career development classes use MLA style to document sources. The library has helpful guides to using MLA style. These are available in the library as handouts or they may be accessed electronically by following the link below.

The library has also purchased NoodleBib software to help you format your bibliography (works cited list).  You must be a current CCC student to use NoodleBib. Access to NoodleBib is available through the library homepage or by following the link below.  Remember to choose MLA Advanced when creating a new list in NoodleBib. 

Citations for Specialized Career Resources - MLA 8th ed.

When using Occupational Outlook Handbook, you are using a document with no author from a website edition of a book that has a government agency (showing the hierarchy of the various departments) as the publisher.

"Electrical and Electronics Engineers." Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 ed.,

           United States, Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, 17, Dec. 2015,



If using NoodleBib, choose Website.  Use the URL, publishing date, and edition info found at the bottom of pg. 1 of the career article. The name of the Website is Occupational Outlook Handbook. The government agency name (as listed above) goes in the Publisher box.