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by J. Michael Farr
The Complete Guide for Occupational Exploration: An Easy-To-Use Guide to Exploring over 12,000 Job Titles Based on Interests, Experience . Series: New Guide for Occupational Exploration (Hardcover).
The Complete Guide for Occupational Exploration: An Easy-To-Use Guide to Exploring over 12,000 Job Titles Based on Interests, Experience, Skills, and Other Factors (Career Reference Books). Hardcover: 552 pages.
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The New Guide for Occupational Exploration gives you a feel for specific careers and whether they match your interests. It begins by asking you to identify your interest level in 16 Interest Areas. You then examine Work Groups of jobs within the cluster to identify types of careers that interest you most. Finally, specific jobs are listed within those Work Groups.