For the experienced worker, student, guidance counselor or novice job-hunter, Career Information Center has been the one-stop resource for questions about every type of occupation for more than 20 years. From construction to Web design, Career Information Center provides the most current information available on the job market in the United States and Canada.
Each volume presents the many details involved in the job search and describes specifically what it?s like to work at a given job. Entries include job profiles, career issues, sample application letters, resumes, workers' rights and more. How do you land the job you want? What kind of training or certification is required? What will it be like once you get there? Information is presented in tabular and essay format along with addition reading resources and a directory of institutions offering training.
This updated ninth edition features more than 700 job profiles describing more than 3,000 occupations. The 13th volume contains the master index as well as essays on different aspects of employment, including "The American Workforce: 2004-2014," "Employment Opportunities at Home," "Health in the Workplace" and "Trends in Employee Benefits."
"The CIC is exactly what it says -- a collection of the most useful and pertinent information needed to explore and choose from the wide range of job and career possibilities. This set of thirteen volumes provides students with a solid foundation of information about getting a satisfying job or rewarding career. The collection offers a winning combination of current and practical information that makes it a recommended purchase for all middle/junior high school library media center collections."-- School Library Media Activities Monthly (September 1993)
Price: US $567.00