Once you've done some initial background reading, it's time to narrow down your topic to what you really want to focus on. Having a narrowed down topic will help you come up with keywords for your search. Remember your assignment requirements and consider what you've read thus far.
Which 1-2 industry trends do I want to focus on?
What interests me about the industry trends?
What do I want to talk about?
As you start to narrow this down into a topic/thesis, you'll want to continue to look for more sources. As you research, you might tweak or adjust your topic/thesis. In order to help you find more related sources about your topic, you'll want to identify keywords to help you search.
As you think about what concepts you want to research, think about what particular words might be found in a good article about that topic. For instance, if you are writing about industry trends in healthcare think of related keywords:
healthcare AND industry trends
healthcare AND technology
healthcare AND job performance
healthcare AND medical procedures
Using the word AND in your search will help combine multiple keywords in your search at once.
Keywords work best by trial-and-error. Never do only one search. Some keywords will work better than others, and some keywords may lead you to different articles than you found in your first search. Search the databases with the keywords you selected to find relevant articles. And remember to ask a librarian if you need assistance coming up with keywords or looking for sources.