Get the Facts to Help You Make Career Decisions

July 2011
Utah Careers;Jul2011, p5
The article offers occupational information to help a person make a career choice. Occupational description gives an idea of what job duties fall under a particular occupation. Occupational skills information can be a very helpful tool to help a person understand what skills he or she will need to do the job. Information on related occupations can be useful for people who are trying to make a career decision.


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