No bachelor's degree needed

Hannon, Kerry
November 1993
U.S. News & World Report;11/1/93, Vol. 115 Issue 17, p99
Examines how some companies are offering on-the-job training to high school students and identifies careers offering the greatest opportunities ahead for people without a bachelor's degree. Some of the businesses participating in these programs; Project ProTech; Courses at school closely tied to work; Spread of programs bound to be slow; Corrections officer; Flight attendant; Dental hygienist; Veterinary-care technician; Computer repair technician.


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