It isn't! And we'll give you the proof:
Let's say your topic is retail management for college grads. Can you imagine how many sources discuss retail management for college grads? Tons... and that's a bad thing! You'd spend hours looking through the sources that matched your search. You couldn't get by with just pulling the top 10 sources, either. You'd find your sources would be on all different aspects of retail management for college graduates. In other words, your research wouldn't have any focus.
Instead ask a question BEFORE YOU BEGIN RESEARCHING like: How does a college education affect a retail manager's salary? You won't have as much sorting to do. You'll only have to look for sources that answer your question.