Good additional keywords: career or job, salary, job performance, work setting, burnout, work-life balance
Use Subject Terms to identify relevant keywords for better searches
Use limiters like Full Text, Peer Reviewed, and Date to narrow your results
Use Choose Databases to change which databases you're searching
Read the Abstract, which summarizes the article
Use Tools, such as Email and Cite, to your advantage
Full Text means the entire article is available in the database you're searching.
Sometimes all that's available is an abstract, or summary, of your article. This doesn't mean you can't get the article. It might be in another database at Adams State, or in Google Scholar. Even if it's not, you can usually get it by filling out an Article Request Form.
Selecting Full Text will eliminate these results, but can be helpful if you're in a hurry.
Peer Reviewed means that an article is scholarly in nature.
Peer reviewed articles are evaluated by experts in the subject area before they are published.