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Young Person's Occupational Outlook Handbook

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Based on the latest Occupational Outlook Handbook, this popular guidebook is ideal for helping young people explore careers. Green occupations are included in the job descriptions. In addition, the extensive Web directory of online career resources has been completely updated.
Paperback, Seventh Edition, 304 pages
Published April 1st 2010 by JIST Works (first published March 1st 2010)
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Citation: United States Department of Labor and JIST Works. (2010). Young person’s occupational outlook handbook (7th ed.). Indianapolis, IN : JIST Pub.

Citation by: Rebecca Tabb

Call Number: Juv 331.702 Youn

Description: Divides occupations into genres and gives the requirements of job, descriptions, and outlook of each career.

Relevance and Relationship: An excellent resource for a school system that is emphasizing college and career readiness in its students.

Purpose: To help students as they prep
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