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Careers In Focus: Business Managers

by Ferguson Publishing

Each article in this book discusses a particular business manager occupation in detail. Many of the articles in Careers in Focus: Business Managers appear in Ferguson's Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance but have been updated and revised with the latest information from the U.S. Department of Labor and other sources.

Careers in Focus: Chemistry

by Ferguson Publishing

Everything people need to know in order to get jobs in chemistry-related fields, such as Agricultural Scientists, Biochemists, Chemical Engineers, Chemical Technicians, Chemists, College Professors, Chemistry, Environmental Technicians, Food Technologists, Forensic Experts, Industrial Chemicals Workers, Industrial Safety and Health Technicians, Laboratory Testing Technicians, Medical Laboratory Technicians, Petroleum Engineers, Petroleum Technicians, Pharmacologists, Plastics Engineers, Technicians, Toxicologists, Wood Science and Technology Workers.

Careers In Focus: Therapists

by Ferguson Publishing

Examines careers related to various kinds of therapy covering the basics of each job personal and professional requirements work environment salary statistics future outlook for the career and more.

Careers in Focus: Therapists

by Ferguson Publishing

Everything people need to know about getting as jobs as Aromatherapists, Art Therapists, Biofeedback Therapists, Child Life Specialists, Grief Therapists, Horticultural Therapists, Hypnotherapists, Kinesiologists, Massage Therapists, Music Therapists, Myotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Orientation and Mobility Specialists, Physical Therapists, Recreational Therapists, Rehabilitation Counselors, Respiratory Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists.

Careers in Focus: Travel and Hospitality (3rd edition)

by Ferguson Publishing

Careers in Focus: Travel and Hospitality, Third Edition contains updated profiles of 21 jobs in this exciting field, including four new to this edition.

Careers In International Affairs

by Lisa A. Gihring Maria Pinto Carland

Now in its seventh edition, Careers in International Affairs is the leading guide to job hunting and career development in the field of international affairs. Careers in International Affairs is published in cooperation with Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, the oldest and largest school of international affairs in the United States.

Careers in Science and Engineering: A Student Planning Guide to Grad School and Beyond

by Committee on Science Engineering Public Policy

As science and technology advance, the needs of employers change, and these changes continually reshape the job market for scientists and engineers. Such shifts present challenges for students as they struggle to make well-informed education and career choices. Careers in Science and Engineering offers guidance to students on planning careers--particularly careers in nonacademic settings--and acquiring the education necessary to attain career goals. This booklet is designed for graduate science and engineering students currently in or soon to graduate from a university, as well as undergraduates in their third or fourth year of study who are deciding whether or not to pursue graduate education. The content has been reviewed by a number of student focus groups and an advisory committee that included students and representatives of several disciplinary societies. Careers in Science and Engineering offers advice on not only surviving but also enjoying a science- or engineering-related education and career-- how to find out about possible careers to pursue, choose a graduate school, select a research project, work with advisers, balance breadth against specialization, obtain funding, evaluate postdoctoral appointments, build skills, and more. Throughout, Careers in Science and Engineering lists resources and suggests people to interview in order to gather the information and insights needed to make good education and career choices. The booklet also offers profiles of science and engineering professionals in a variety of careers. Careers in Science and Engineering will be important to undergraduate and graduate students who have decided to pursue a career in science and engineering or related areas. It will also be of interest to faculty, counselors, and education administrators.

Careers in Science and Technology: An International Perspective

by Advisory Committee

Every industrialized country is concerned with maintaining an adequate supply of individuals interested in careers in science and technology, yet little is known about these efforts outside national borders. This book represents the proceedings of an international conference on Trends in Science and Technology Careers, held in Brussels in 1993. Organized at the behest of OSEP and the OIA Committee on International Organizations and Programs, in cooperation with the European Commission (DG XII) and in response to a resolution of the International Council of Scientific Unions, the conference identified international data on career trends, assessed the research base engaged in studying science and technology careers, and identified ways in which international organizations could promote greater interest in science and technology human resource development. The conference laid the groundwork for continuing international discussions about the best ways to study and promote careers in science and technology and national dialogues about the ways to integrate this knowledge into human resources policies.

Careers in Social Work

by Carolyn Simpson Dwain Simpson

A discussion of the career opportunities in social work, how to get involved, where to get more information, and how to prepare for a career in this area.

Careers in Technical Theater

by Mike Lawler

Discover exciting career possibilities behind the scenes.Want to make it big on Broadway--as a techie? Or how about working in smaller regional theater? Careers in Technical Theater explains more than twenty different careers from the perspective of successful theater artists. Included are specialties that have been around for decades, as well as those still emerging in the field. Concise information is provided on job duties, estimated earnings, recommended training, examples of career paths, and the insights are given of working pros in management, scenery, audio/visual, costumes, video and projection, engineering, and theatrical systems. There's even a detailed appendix on finding on-the-job training as an intern, apprentice, or paid worker. For anyone interested in a behind-the-scenes life in the theater, Careers in Technical Theater is a priceless resource. * Examines twenty careers, old and new* Includes unique, detailed insights from working pros in every field* Information on getting on-the-job training as an intern, apprentice, or paid employee

Careers In Trucking

by Donald D. Schauer

Describes the opportunities, requirements, aptitudes, and regulations involved in seeking a job in the trucking industry.

Careers with Dogs

by Kim Campbell Thornton

Today's job market has inspired many in the work force to reevaluate their career choices and to reinvent themselves. Careers with Dogs is an engaging resource book for anyone who wants to learn about the many and varied canine-related jobs available today. From veterinary technician and medical specialist to dog trainer and professional handler, this comprehensive volume covers every imaginable job, offering advice to recent high school and college graduates as well as adults seeking a new profession. Each chapter provides information on individual occupations, in-depth narratives about a day-in-the-life of a professional on the job, the education and training required, salary and job forecast information, as well as an up-to-date listing of resources and career sites to help the hopefuls find their place in the dog-eat-dog world. Careers with Dogs is the best and most complete source on the market for all those who love dogs and want to realize their career potential in a dog-centric industry.

Careers with Horses: The Comprehensive Guide to Finding Your Dream Job

by Vicky Hogue-Davies

Learn how to do what you love and love what you do. Careers with Horses is the ultimate resource to finding the equine job you've always hoped for. Careers with Horses is a comprehensive career guide that includes profiles on more than 100 industry professionals, lists over 200 potential dream jobs, and includes 20 in-depth appendices. Choose from a wide range of equine occupations. (from the Book Jacket)

CareerXroads (Career Crossroads)

by Gerry Crispin Mark Mehler

Let CareerXroads lead you to the most detailed information on job and resume websites. Crispin & Mehler have again put together the most current, thorough and helpful resource available for using the Internet for job search and recruiting. These recognized experts: *Personally review each site listed. *Publish FREE monthly updates. *Cross-reference all sites into meaningful and helpful lists. *Include advice gained from over 50 years of employment industry experience.

Carefree Dignity

by Tsoknyi Rinpoche

Tsoknyi Rinpoche is a reincarnate lama educated in the Tibetan Buddhisttradition. He has been teaching students from around the world since 1990."Being carefree, you can fit in anywhere. If you're not carefree you keepon bumping up against things. Your life becomes so narrow, so tight; itgets very claustrophobic. Carefree means being wide open from within,not constricted. Carefree doesn't mean careless. It is not that you don'tcare about others, not that you don't have compassion or are unfriendly.Carefree is being really simple, from the inside. Dignity is not conceitbut rather what shines forth from this carefree confidence."-Tsoknyi RinpocheTsoknyi Rinpoche's teaching style embodies a vividness that is a playbetween himself and his audience. His immediateness includes gesturesand examples that entice us to understanding. Through guided meditationshe offers direct participation as a delightful enhancement to ourpractice. Simple, straightforward and profound, Carefree Dignity is abook that captivates our intellect while enriching our awareness.

Carefree Quilts

by Joy-Lily

Author Joy-Lily helps readers to put the fun back into quilting. Inside, readers will experience a fresh approach to quilting with two simplified, carefree methods:"sew & flip" and "stack, slice & swap," where skills like matching seams and measuring are not important. At the end of construction, each piece is trimmed to a uniform size to facilitate mixing and matching into many quilted projects. While matching seams and other traditional quilting skills are unimportant for success with these instructions, the reader will still learn basic quilting techniques, including strip piecing, curved piecing, foundation piecing, sewing on a bias, piece swapping and more, as they work through the blocks. A getting started section explains which rules are necessary and which are optional.

Careful of the Company You Keep

by Angie Daniels

After finding her husband in a compromising position, romance author Renee Moore goes back to her hometown, hoping to start over. But her ex soon delivers shocking news that could change her life forever. . . Nurse Danielle Brooks' daughter is about to give birth--and the baby's father may be Danielle's ex. To mend her shattered heart, Danielle has been dating Calvin Cambridge. When Calvin proposes, Danielle enlists Renee to test his fidelity. But the seduction goes too far. . . Meanwhile, their best friend is counting on Renee and Danielle to help plan her wedding--whether they're speaking to each other or not. As things come to a head in each woman's life, there's a whole lot of praying going on. Will Renee and Danielle realize that thanks to their faith, second chances--and each other--they are blessed in spite of it all? Praise for Careful of the Company You KeepA romp through the trials and tribulations of four girlfriends. . . a wild and crazy ride. --The RAWSISTAZ ReviewersThis book gives you drama, suspense, laughter, and some very sincere moments. --Urban-Reviews. com

Careful of the Company You Keep

by Angie Daniels

From the acclaimed author of Trouble Loves Company comes a smart, sexy, heartfelt new novel about friendship, love, lust--and a whole lot of trouble in between. After finding her husband in a compromising position, romance author Renee Moore goes back to her hometown, hoping to start over. But once again, she finds herself looking for love in all the wrong places. To make matters worse, just as she decides a healthy relationship may not be her destiny, her ex delivers shocking news that could change her life forever. Practical nurse Danielle Brooks' professional life is picture perfect, but her personal life is a mess. Her daughter is about to give birth to a baby believed to have been fathered by Danielle's ex. In an attempt to mend her shattered heart, Danielle has been dating Calvin Cambridge, a truly nice guy. But when Calvin proposes, Danielle wants to be sure she is ready to commit. She enlists Renee to test his fidelity, but when the seduction goes too far, all their relationships may be in jeopardy. Meanwhile, their best friend is getting married, and she is counting on Renee and Danielle to help her plan the wedding--whether they are speaking to each other or not. But with Renee now being threatened by a mystery woman, and Danielle facing her most serious crisis yet, they can not help wondering if it is all going to get worse before it gets better. As things come to a head in each woman's life, there is a whole lot of praying going on--and Renee and Danielle soon realize they are blessed in spite of it all--with faith, second chances--and each other.

The Careful Use of Compliments (Isabel Dalhousie #4)

by Alexander Mccall Smith

Full-time philosopher and occasional sleuth Isabel Dalhousie, now the mother of a baby boy, is getting used to the new rhythms of her life, caring for little Charlie with the sometimes unsettling aid of her forthright housekeeper, Grace, having dinners with Charlie's father, Jamie, and tending as usual to submissions to the Review of Applied Ethics. But Isabel is deeply unsettled when she receives a letter telling her that she is soon to be replaced as editor of the Review by Christopher Dove, an ambiti...

Careful What You Wish For

by Myrlin A. Hermes

Everyone knew the story of Eleanor Blackmar Cline, how her husband had taken up with a colored girl half his age, and how he had flaunted her before his wife.

Careful What You Wish For

by J. David Mckenney Shani Petroff

All Angel wanted was to help poor nerdy Max break into the popular crowd. But somehow the wires got crossed and she ended up granting all of Gabi?s secret desires instead. Not that Angel has anything against Gabi getting what she wants. It?s just that the things Gabi dreams about on the QT? 1) starring in a reality TV show with Angel at her side and 2) dating Angel?s boyfriend, Cole?just happen to be the stuff of Angel?s worst nightmares. .

carefully everywhere descending

by L. B. Bedford

Audrey Anderson has one chance to escape poverty--excel academically and get into a good school. She'll let nothing stand between her and her goal: not dating and certainly not snotty Scarlett West. The girls can't stand each other, so why is Scarlett hanging around Audrey and getting under Audrey's skin--in more ways than one? Scarlett needs a tutor, and Audrey doesn't want the job. She still resents Scarlett offering to pay Audrey to do her homework, but her compassionate best friend talks Audrey into giving Scarlett a second chance. The more time they spend together, the harder it becomes for Audrey to fight her growing attraction to the other young woman. At the same time, Audrey's interest in her new neighbor's bizarre behavior gnaws at her, and she can't leave the mystery alone. Her relentless curiosity might cost her everything.

The Caregiver

by Shelley Shepard Gray

Two lives converge one stormy night on a train headed to cleveland Lucy is traveling by herself via train to Jacob's Crossing to help care for her cousin Mattie, recently diagnosed with breast cancer. Trying to overcome the sudden death of her husband, she's glad to get away and focus on someone else for a while. The only other Amish people on the train are Calvin Weaver and his little sister, Katie. When their train breaks down outside of Cleveland, Calvin and Lucy band together to face the outside world. But Calvin also carries the weight of past hurts. When an altercation brings both their wounds to light, they question whether they can trust each other. Once in Jacob's Crossing, Lucy is occupied with caring for Mattie, while Calvin does his best to run his family's farm. But they can't stop thinking about those special hours spent together. Will the bond they formed last? And will Lucy and Calvin be able to put away the pain in their pasts to recognize the happiness that is suddenly in their grasp?

Caregiver Therapy

by Victoria O'Connor Julie Interrante R. W. Alley

Caregiver Therapy shows you how to take care of yourself as you take care of someone else. It invites you to deepen and enrich your caregiving experience--opening your heart to others and opening your spirit to lessons of love and trust.

The Caregiver's Companion

by Carolyn A. Brent

Everything you need to know to ensure that your elderly loved one is being properly cared for. People today are not only living longer, they are also living sicker-making aging and caring for elderly loved ones more complicated than ever before. In this extensive guide, caregiver advocate Carolyn Brent outlines a step-by-step process so caregivers know what to do and what to ask in every situation that may arise, including: * Signs that your loved one needs more assistance * What to look for in a retirement home * Caretaking in your own home * How to ensure wills are in order * How to manage difficult family relationships * Ensuring you are getting the help and care you need Brent leaves no stone unturned, provides personal stories and scenarios for context, and includes other references and resources in this complete guide to caregiving.

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