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by J. Michael Farr

Download New Guide for Occupational Exploration: Linking Interests, Learning, And Careers eBook
ISBN:
1593571798
Author:
J. Michael Farr
Category:
Job Hunting & Careers
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jist Works; 4 edition (November 1, 2005)
Pages:
552 pages
EPUB book:
1778 kb
FB2 book:
1954 kb
DJVU:
1883 kb
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Rating:
4.7
Votes:
430


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by J. ISBN 9781593571801 (978-1-59357-180-1) Hardcover, Jist Works, 2005. Coauthors & Alternates. Читать pdf. J. Michael Farr, Laurence Shatkin - Enhanced Occupational Outlook Handbook: Includes all job descriptions from the Occupational Outlook Handbook plus thousands more from the . et and Dictionary. 6th E. Michael Farr, 2006. This book helps you take broad interest areas and narrow them down to specific careers. The book matches you with potential careers by examining your interests. It contains job descriptions for hundreds of occupations. Now what: the young person’s guide to choosing the perfect career.

Occupational aspirations of a longitudinal sample from second to sixth grade. Journal of Career Development, 28, 77–95. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Herr, E. & Cramer, S. H. (1996).

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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.

The New Guide for Occupational Exploration is the most useful resource for matching interests to both job and learning options. As a major revision of the career resource previously titled the Guide for Occupational Exploration, this easy-to-use book is now based on the 16 U.S. Department of Education clusters that connect learning to careers. Readers can drill down to their most appealing job groups through questions that provide a feel for the work and whether it will interest them. The unique format of the New Guide for Occupational Exploration takes readers from broad interest areas to specific careers. More than 900 job descriptions from the U.S. Department of Labor's O*NET (Occupational Information Network) database emphasize skills needed, related courses, education required, earnings, growth, and much more, all for helpful career-path planning. The New Guide for Occupational Exploration builds on solid research that supports exploring careers based on interests. For more than 25 years, the GOE has served as a key reference for helping people discover career and learning options.
  • Nothing personal
Two things I’ve learned in life are as follows one you are part of the problem or your part of the solution. Two you can give a man a fish and feed him for a day OR you can teach a man to fish and feed him for a life time. I’ve given a lot of these books to the juvenile court for the councilors, and took some to the prisons there should be only two things allowed in their cells one a Bible and the other is an occupational hand book. Once they have seen this they cant complane.Ive done something for God and humanity.
  • Adrierdin
Excellent resource for anyone wanting to find out about different careers.