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The Big Book of Jobs, 2005-2006
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071437320, Paperback)
Job seekers find the answers they need for a successful job search in this all-encompassing volume
Here's an unbeatable combination: up-to-date data from the U.S. Department of Labor, plus cutting-edge career strategies from VGM. The Big Book of Jobs lets job seekers save precious time by offering everything they need in a single volume.
The first section helps you explore various career options; write cover letters and resumes; build job-hunting networks; and master the interview. The second describes more than 250 career possibilities, providing such data as:Working conditions Employment Job outlook Earnings Related occupations Training, other qualifications, and advancement
An added bonus is a chapter coaching job seekers on how to read the Labor Department's often intimidating Occupational Outlook Handbook, a vital resource for any serious job hunt.
Whether a person is looking for a first job, seeking a career change, or worrying about the future of a specific field, this all-in-one resource is the best choice for complete, up-to-date career information.
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Consists of a brief "Job seeker's guide" followed by a reprint of the 2004-2005 Occupational outlook handbook published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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