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300 Best Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree
by Michael Farr
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No bachelor s degree? As people such as Bill Gates and Thomas Edison have shown, it s no problem! Discover the 300 jobs with the best pay, fastest growth, and most openings no four-year degree required. The authors have taken massive data from the Department of Labor s Occupational Information Network (O*NET) database and other sources and turned it into a useful, interesting resource for workers who want good jobs and career advancement without four years in college. Features more than 60 insightful best jobs lists and 300 information-packed job descriptions. In just two steps, 300 Best Jobs Without a Four-Year Degree helps you quickly and easily narrow your career options (step 1: the lists) and learn more about jobs of interest (step 2: the job descriptions). Part of JIST s best-selling Best Jobs series. Not having a bachelor's degree shouldn't hinder people from making the most of their talent and experience to find a great job. As people like Bill Gates and Thomas Edison have shown, success is not dependent on a four-year degree! Job seekers will discover the 300 jobs with the best pay, fastest growth, and most openings-no Bacherlor's degree required. Featuring over 60 insightful "best jobs" lists and 300 information-packed job descriptions, this updated edition uses the renowned two-step Best Jobs series process to help readers learn more about their career options. Where does all of this information come from? The authors have taken massive data from the Department of Labor's Occupational Information Network (O*NET) database and other sources and turned it into a useful, interesting resource for workers who want good jobs and career advancement without four years in college. This new edition offers completely updated information with the most current labor market trends and is now organized to reflect the 16 U.S. Department of Education career clusters. Its appealing, fresh look is completed with a new index section that makes job titles easy to find in the best jobs lists. Audiences People who want to make the most of the training and experience they have People who want to explore new, better-paying, or more interesting career options without going back to school Job seekers who are out of work, want to change fields, desire new opportunities, or want to find jobs that fit their needs People who want better jobs and are willing to train for them-but who cannot or do not want to go to school for four years Students planning and researching their future training and careers High school, vocational school, technical school, and two-year-college graduates seeking good career opportunities Military personnel transitioning to civilian life Counselors, educators, and trainers guiding students, graduates, career changers, and job seekers.
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