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BUS 1000: The Business Profession

BUS 1000: The Business Profession

This guide has been created for students in BUS 1000: The Business Profession.

On this guide, you will find links to OneSearch, business news feeds, and other resources. If you need help, look for the contact information and chat boxes on the left side of each page of this guide.

You might also want to review our Business Administration guides for additional resources.

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Industry Analysis

Competitors Research


Customer Demographic Research

U.S. Census Data

Cite Your Sources!


Remember: If you use someone's else's work, give them credit.

Most of your professors will require you to use a particular format (APA, MLA, ChicagoTurabian, etc.) to cite the sources that you use in your research. The resources below can help you understand each format and give examples of how to cite books, articles, websites, and much more.

Citation styles: