You will conduct secondary research and prepare an annotated bibliography on research related to your Capstone Project. This annotated bibliography provides an evaluation of the research and interpretation of the data collected during the research process. An annotated bibliography is a list of the possible sources you may use in your Capstone Project with a 1–2 paragraph summary of how each source will be useful. To complete the annotated bibliography:
Start by searching the electronic databases in the Library https://library.purdueglobal.edu/library for at least two credible sources. The first reference should be related to the topic of your Capstone Project. Using the advanced search option, use keywords related to your topic to refine your search. CAPSTONE PROJECT SOURCE The first source should relate directly to the topic of your Capstone Project. Include the following in your assignment:
A 1-paragraph description explaining strategies used to locate the articles and refine the search as well as where the information was obtained A 1–2 paragraph summary of the article which highlights the key elements of the research and how it relates to your Capstone Project A 1–2 paragraph evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this research The article or textbook reference in APA format PROGRAM OUTCOME SOURCE The second source should relate directly to the program-specific outcome (listed above) you have written for your degree program.
Include the following in your response:
A summary of the article and why it is relevant and useful in your Capstone Project The Program Outcome (listed above) the article addresses Your finalized program-specific outcome with an explanation of how it matches your professional area of interest related to your Capstone Project ( you may put something generic here. I will fill in this portion. The article or textbook reference in APA format Occupational Employment Statistical Analysis For this section of the Assignment, visit the Occupational Employment Statistics site published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Search the list of occupations and find your career field (Human Resource Manager). Scroll down the page to view the charts and statistics related to your career choice and respond to the following questions:
Which states have the highest employment level in this occupation?
How does this compare with the state you live in? (I live in Indiana)
Which states have the highest concentration of jobs and location quotients in this occupation?
How does this compare with the state you live in? ( I live in Indiana) What are the top paying states for this occupation?
Does your state fall into this ranking? Which metropolitan areas have the highest employment level in this occupation? Does your city fall into this ranking?