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- What kinds of jobs do Americans have? // World Almanac for Kids;1996, p135
Lists some of the jobs that Americans have, detailing how many workers in each occupation and how much they make on a yearly basis. Information about occupational areas that are growing including the health and medical field and the computer science field.
- What Kinds of JOBS Do Americans Have? // World Almanac for Kids;1999, p133
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- Hot jobs in health. Widell, Harvey // Career World;Sep95, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p18
Examines popular health occupations according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Includes the thrills and chills as physician assistant; Diagnosis of a patient's disease by medical technologists; Demand for nurses.
- Hot stats on business careers. // Career World;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p31
Presents statistical data concerning surveys on career trends in the United States. Anticipated increase of jobs in business; List of jobs and their responsibilities; Minimum education required for a particular job; Average salary; Other matters.
- First jobs. Farrington, Jan // Career World;Mar1996, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p6
Presents the first jobs of several celebrities in the United States. Setting of goals that fits particular strengths and talents; Tom Cruise as a part-time janitor; Tom Hanks as a bellhop. INSETS: Actress Geena Davis talks about her first jobs.;Making the most of it: 15 do's and don't for your...
- Looking ahead: Summer job smarts. Sitley, Alicia Montecal // Career World;Mar1996, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p25
Presents tips in getting a summer job in the United States. Satisfaction of career curiosity; Making contacts; Learning new skills. INSET: Meet Taylor Shire--veterinary assistant..
- Network your way to a job. Hughes, Gaye // Career World;Apr/May96, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p22
Points out that networking is crucial to finding a job in the tight job market. What networking means; How networking works.
- After reengineering--`dejobbing'. Longo, Susan C. // CPA Journal;Mar1995, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p69
Focuses on the concept of `dejobbing.' Replacement of job creating conditions by technology and unbundled services; Operating earnings as it relates to employee dismissals; Types of managers according to Michael Hammer, a re-engineering consultant.
- A-29. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex. // Employment & Earnings;Feb99, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p37
Presents a chart on the former occupations of unemployed people in the United States for January 1998-1999. Percentage of unemployment rates for men and women.