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Parent's Guide to College and Careers

by Barbara Cooke

This upbeat handbook gives down-to-earth advice for parents who want to constructively help with their child's college and career planning, without micromanaging or hounding.

Panicked Student's Guide to Choosing a College Major

by Laurence Shatkin

Gives readers an overview of each college major and provides additional information about specializations in the majors, the typical sequence of high school and college courses, and related CIP program codes-everything students need to know to overcome panic and lay the foundation for a rich and rewarding education.

Paint Your Career Green

by Michele Lobl Stan Schatt

A roadmap for people who want to avoid starting over or taking a severe pay cut when they change careers to become part of a growing green industry. Readers will learn about green certificate programs that offer retraining in a short timeframe.

Overnight Career Choice

by Laurence Shatkin Michael Farr

This book provides more than 275 job descriptions with information on each job's pay, growth, openings, education level, and skills needed. Additional information about major industries opens readers' eyes to different sectors where they may be able to build a rewarding career.

One-Hour College Application Essay

by Jan Melnik

For many prospective college students, the toughest part of the application process is writing the required admissions essay. Using the proven Help in a Hurry formula, students can quickly craft an effective application essay. Key features include targeted questions and helpful worksheets, quick-start strategies, professional advice from college admissions directors, and dozens of actual essay lead-ins and examples.

Occupational Outlook Handbook 2010-2011

by Editors at JIST US Department of Labor

A career classic with 300 job descriptions and exclusive green jobs info helpful to job seekers, new graduates, students, career changers, teachers, career counselors, librarians.

Next-Day Job Interview

by Michael Farr Dick Gaither

Distills JIST's revolutionary and proven interview advice into seven quick chapters covering self-assessment, company research, key questions, a system for answering any question that might come up, unusual situations, following up after the interview, salary negotiation, and more.

Bank On Yourself

by Pamela Yellen

The Wall Street Journal,USA Today, andBusinessWeekbestsellerBank On Yourself: The Life-Changing Secret to Growing and Protecting Your Financial Futurereveals the secrets to taking back control of your financial future that Wall Street, banks, and credit card companiesdon'twant you to know. Can you imagine what it would be like to look forward to opening your account statements because theyalwayshave good news and never any ugly surprises? More than 100,000 Americans of all ages, incomes, and backgrounds are already usingBank On Yourselfto grow a nest-egg they can predict and count on, even when stocks, real estate, and other investments tumble. You'll meet some of them and hear their stories of howBank On Yourselfhas helped them reach a wide variety of short- and longterm personal and financial goals and dreams in this book.

Washington

by Meg Greenfield

Written in secret before her death in 1999, Greenfield's (editor, Washington Post, and Pulitzer Prize winner) narrative outlines the process of competitive image projection as it erodes the moral and personal sense of politicians and their journalistic counterparts. She identifies the principal species of the Washington DC subculture and recounts the history she saw unfold. Attention is given to the hostility toward professional women, the fall of the Southern oligarchy, the careers of eight Presidents (Kennedy to Clinton), and even occasional heroics. Annotation c. Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Rebel Code

by Glyn Moody

The open source saga has many fascinating chapters. It is partly the story of Linus Torvalds, the master hacker who would become chief architect of the Linux operating system. It is also the story of thousands of devoted programmers around the world who spontaneously worked in tandem to complete the race to shape Linux into the ultimate killer app. Rebel Code traces the remarkable roots of this unplanned revolution. It echoes the twists and turns of Linux's improbable development, as it grew through an almost biological process of accretion and finally took its place at the heart of a jigsaw puzzle that would become the centerpiece of open source. With unprecedented access to the principal players, Moody has written a powerful tale of individual innovation versus big business. Rebel Code provides a from-the-trenches perspective and looks ahead to how open source is challenging long-held conceptions of technology, commerce, and culture.

Make-A-Mix

by Karine Eliason Nevada Harward Madeline Westover

More than 1 million copies sold: the classic guide to 300 tasty, satisfying, make-ahead meals that save both time and money.

Five-Minute Erotica

by Carol Queen

Here's another entry in our wildly popular series of very short stories that can be enjoyed, start to finish, in less time than it takes to brew a cup of tea. This new anthology of pleasingly brief tales features contributions from some of the best writers of erotica today. While most of the stories feature heterosexual sex,Five-Minute Eroticaalso offers a good mix of fantasy situations, including lesbian encounters and ménages à trois.

At the Scene of the Crime: Forensic Mysteries from Today's Best Writers

by Dana Stabenow

With the long-term success of procedural shows dominating prime-time television, the readership for a forensic anthology extends well beyond traditional mystery readers. Collected by Martin H. Greenberg--the King of Anthologists--this volume features the following contributors: Brendan DuBois, Edward D. Hoch, Michael A. Black, Max Allan Collins and Matthew Clemens, Jeremiah Healy, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Julie Hyzy, John Lutz, Maynard Thomson, Noreen Ayres, Loren D. Estleman, Jeanne C. Stein.

The Allergy-Free Cookbook

by Yoder Eileen Rhude

Food allergies are on the rise, and the update of this classic cookbook provides more than 180 fantastic recipes to help those with restricted diets! With this cookbook, they'll be able to eat well every meal of the day while conquering the most common food allergies. Including more recipes, more tips, more cooking suggestions, more resources, and more information about recently passed laws designed to protect consumers.

Vegan Soul Kitchen

by Bryant Terry

The mere mention of soul food brings thoughts of greasy fare and clogged arteries. Bryant Terry offers recipes that leave out heavy salt and refined sugar, "bad" fats, and unhealthy cooking techniques, and leave in the down-home flavor. Vegan Soul Kitchenrecipes use fresh, whole, high-quality, healthy ingredients and cooking methods with a focus on local, seasonal, sustainably raised food. Terry's new recipes have been conceived through the prism of the African Diaspora-cutting, pasting, reworking, and remixing African, Caribbean, African-American, Native American, and European staples, cooking techniques, and distinctive dishes to create something familiar, comforting, and deliciously unique. Reinterpreting popular dishes from African and Caribbean countries as well as his favorite childhood dishes, Terry reinvents African-American and Southern cuisine-capitalizing on the complex flavors of the tradition, without the animal products. Includes recipes for: Double Mustard Greens & Roasted Yam Soup; Cajun-Creole-Spiced Tempeh Pieces with Creamy Grits; Caramelized Grapefruit, Avocado, and Watercress Salad with Grapefruit Vinaigrette; and Sweet Cornmeal-Coconut Butter Drop Biscuits.

Neighbors

by Jan T. Gross

One summer day in 1941, half of the Polish town of Jedwabne murdered the other half, 1,600 men, women, and children, all but seven of the town's Jews. Neighbors tells their story. This is a shocking, brutal story that has never before been told. It is the most important study of Polish-Jewish relations to be published in decades and should become a classic of Holocaust literature. Jan Gross pieces together eyewitness accounts and other evidence into an engulfing reconstruction of the horrific July day remembered well by locals but forgotten by history. His investigation reads like a detective story, and its unfolding yields wider truths about Jewish-Polish relations, the Holocaust, and human responses to occupation and totalitarianism. It is a story of surprises: The newly occupying German army did not compel the massacre, and Jedwabne's Jews and Christians had previously enjoyed cordial relations. After the war, the nearby family who saved Jedwabne's surviving Jews was derided and driven from the area. The single Jew offered mercy by the town declined it. Most arresting is the sinking realization that Jedwabne's Jews were clubbed, drowned, gutted, and burned not by faceless Nazis, but by people whose features and names they knew well: their former schoolmates and those who sold them food, bought their milk, and chatted with them in the street. As much as such a question can ever be answered, Neighbors tells us why. In many ways, this is a simple book. It is easy to read in a single sitting, and hard not to. But its simplicity is deceptive. Gross's new and persuasive answers to vexed questions rewrite the history of twentieth-century Poland. This book proves, finally, that the fates of Poles and Jews during World War II can be comprehended only together.

Saints and Their Miracles in Late Antique Gaul

by Raymond Van Dam

Saints' cults, with their focus on miraculous healings and pilgrimages, were not only a distinctive feature of Christian religion in fifth-and sixth-century Gaul but also a vital force in political and social life. Here Raymond Van Dam uses accounts of miracles performed by SS. Martin, Julian, and Hilary to provide a vivid and comprehensive depiction of some of the most influential saints' cults. Viewed within the context of ongoing tensions between paganism and Christianity and between Frankish kings and bishops, these cults tell much about the struggle for authority, the forming of communities, and the concept of sin and redemption in late Roman Gaul.Van Dam begins by describing the origins of the three cults, and discusses the career of Bishop Gregory of Tours, who benefited from the support of various patron saints and in turn promoted their cults. He then treats the political and religious dimensions of healing miracles--including their relation to Catholic theology and their use by bishops to challenge royal authority--and of pilgrimages to saints' shrines. The miracle stories, collected mainly by Gregory of Tours, appear in their first complete English translations.

Military-to-Civilian Career Transition Guide

by Janet I. Farley

This handbook provides a career transition framework for service members and their families. Readers are given exit strategies for gracefully leaving the military; charts, checklists, and worksheets for planning each transition aspect; resume and cover letter samples and strategies; and interviewing and salary negotiation tips.

Make Job Loss Work for You

by Terri Deems Richard Deems

Readers learn to tackle their emotional reactions to job loss--including shock, anger, denial, self-doubt, and depression--and come to an acceptance that enables them to move forward with their careers. Then, using the proven Deems JobGetting Skills System, readers can pinpoint their ideal career direction and make all the right moves toward landing a new job, including resume and cover letter tips, search strategy, offer negotiation, and success in the new position.

Jobs That Matter

by Heather Krasna

Empowers students, job seekers, and career changers to pinpoint the right public service careers for their interests and abilities. Readers will learn how to find great jobs in the local, state, and federal government, as well as in nonprofit or corporate organizations serving the public good.

Job Search Magic

by Susan Britton Whitcomb

Includes sample resumes and cover letters, before-and-after interview responses, career-choice guidance, helpful job search Web sites, salary-negotiation tips, job success tips, and much, much more!

Job Search Handbook for People with Disabilities

by Daniel J. Ryan

Features helpful information on employment laws and the rights they provide. It teaches readers when and how to disclose disabilities to a potential employer and lends additional guidance for success on the job.

Interview Magic

by Susan Britton Whitcomb

Future-proof your career as you learn to provide value to employers, create a memorable career brand, quadruple your interview opportunities, tap into the most overlooked interview "must," demonstrate your ability to do the job, and bottom-line the return-on-investment employers will receive for hiring you

I Found a Job!

by Marcia Heroux Pounds

This uplifting book explores the most relevant and pressing issues in the current labor market to show readers what job search techniques are working right now.

Guide to America's Federal Jobs

by Karol Taylor Janet Ruck

Cuts through the complexity to help anyone interested in federal employment find and achieve the right opportunity. This extensive reference provides step-by-step guidance for applying for federal jobs; using the federal jobs Web site more productively; and writing competitive applications, resumes, and personal essays.

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