The research and exploration step of choosing a career or searching for work has been made much easier by computers and online search engines. However, using the computer isn't more important than meeting people in person. Contact people doing the job you want to do and ask for an "informational interview".
Study the jobs, industries and local labor market conditions that match your current skills set. Also explore what training programs would prepare you for a new job or help you update your skills to be a more competitive job seeker.
Look to the menu under this Exploration-Research Occuaptions heading for more information on specific resources.