Company Research

Company Research

Company Research

Research will help you decide which companies you are interested in and help you prepare for a possible interview.

Every applicant for a job is motivated to work for a company, but not everyone is motivated to do research about the company.

Researching the company website, searching journals for company and industry news and learning about key management will give you an edge when you apply for a job.

My Trax

Ready, Set, Goals!

Keep track of your steps along the way! View the MyTrax PDF to make sure you complete all of the tasks within this Trax before moving on to the next step.

My Trax Form - Research 2


CareerSource NEFL Orientation Videos

Learn all about the services CareerSource NEFL has available to jobseekers by viewing our online orientation. Explore individual sections or view the entire site. You can browse modules by clicking the Menu link; each modules also contain a PDF transcript if you don’t want to use the sound. If you need help accessing the site, click the disability image to find supports, including larger text and other ways to increase screen visibility.



Use the forms below for Occupational Research and Job Target Research.

Job Targets Form

Occupational Research Form gives you an overview about basic requirements, classes and endorsements to becoming a qualified commercial driver.




CareerSource Northeast Florida schedules regular workshops on job search and how to use the Employ Florida. Find a complete schedule of our workshops and events on our calendar of events.


Coaching Session: Company Research

(Available only to jobseekers in Northeast Florida.) Learn how to do company research and use the information in an interview. You'll spend 20 - 30 minutes with a staff member who can help you get started and point you to helpful resources.  You'll also learn how to create a resume targeted toward a specific job.  Call (904) 356-JOBS (5627) to schedule an appointment at one of our career centers. Find a list of our locations here.