Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance
Considered by many career counselors to be the most useful and authoritative career reference ever published, The Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance has been revised, updated and expanded to 5 volumes. In an easy-to-use A-Z format, the newly updated 15th edition includes
- 700 rewritten and updated career articles (60 brand new), covering some 1,500 occupations, with over 300 on-the-job interviews. All 92 industry articles have been completely updated and revised.
- 100+ new photographs (for a total of about 550 photos)
- 3,776 pages—all fully indexed —with government codes (O*NET/SOC, DOT, GOE) provided. Sidebars and internal cross-referencing make accessing information quick and easy.
- completely updated appendices list organizations and associations that assist in job training and placement, internships, apprenticeships, assistance for the disabled, etc. More than 2,500 web addresses are given for locating additional information.
Written and organized for easy access, the Encyclopedia makes it easy to compare earnings, working conditions, employment and advancement opportunities, education and training requirements and much more. Includes military careers and apprenticeship information. The standard reference for use in school and college libraries and guidance offices.