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Occupational Outlook Handbook by
Written by the U.S. Department of Labor, the Occupational Outlook Handbook 2013-2014 is designed to provide valuable, up-to-date assistance to individuals making decisions about their futures. Accompanying each profession are descriptions of the nature of the work, working environment, job outlook training, and the required education, as well as job earnings, related occupations, and additional information sources. Keep up in the scramble to stay afloat in the waning job market by staying informed as you plan your training and career.
Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 16th Edition, 5-Volume Set by
Call Number: Reference - Walker Library - 1st Floor 331.702 En1c 2015
Publication Date: 2015
The five-volume Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 16th Edition is an essential resource for public, college, high school, and junior high school libraries; career centers; guidance offices; and other agencies involved with career exploration and planning. Along with revisions and updates, each article has been expanded to a new, more comprehensive format, and many new articles have been added. Each article offers detailed career information, sidebars, and other user-friendly features, including a new Career Ladder, which shows common career paths for each profession, and new sections, such as Unions and Associations and Tips for Entry. Called out by graphic icons are the top fastest-growing careers and the top careers that experts predict will add the greatest number of positions. This edition features: Comprehensive overviews of 120 career fields and industries The latest information on job duties, salaries, and employment trends for more than 820 professions Sidebars providing additional reading on industry issues and history, useful Web sites, industry jargon, and much more Hundreds of photographs of people at work Career articles keyed to two different government classification systems Career Guidance section in Volume 1, providing information on interviewing, job hunting, networking, writing r#65533;sum#65533;s, and more A comprehensive job title index in each volume, plus additional indexes in Volume 1 Extensive online references Information on using social networking sites for job-hunting, electronic r#65533;sum#65533;s, and more.
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