This book is a reprint of the government's Career Guide to Industries at a lower price. It is issued shortly after the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) every two years and contains helpful information for job seekers on industry trends and cross-references to OOH job titles. The book covers more than 40 industries and includes the following information on each one: significant points, nature of the industry, working conditions, employment, occupations in the industry, training and advancement, earnings, outlook, and sources of additional information. Ideal for students and other people doing career research, people seeking jobs in new or unfamiliar industries, people interested in certain industries rather than particular jobs, and people with interests and job skills that are needed in many types of businesses.Elementary school counselors do more social and personal counseling and less career and academic counseling than do ... Librarians manage library staff and develop and direct information programs and systems for the public, as well as oversee the ... A mastera#39;s degree in special education, involving at least 1 year of additional course work, including a specialization, is also required by many States.
|Title||:||Career Guide to America's Top Industries|
|Author||:||U S Department of Labor|
|Publisher||:||Jist Works - 2004|