Best Jobs for the 21st Century

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JIST Works, 1999 - Business & Economics - 594 pages
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Fifty different lists of the best jobs that fit different life situations, interests, and career objectives. All jobs selected must either:
-- Pay $40,000 or more a year.
-- Generate at least 100,000 openings each year.
-- Experience at least 10% growth in job openings by the year 2006.

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User Review  - Katie - Goodreads

This is by Farr the best job book I've read. But really, this volume is quite a valuable reference guide for career planning. Read full review

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Interesting that it has a personality factor. Read full review

Contents

Introduction Starts on page
1
Lists of the Best Jobs for the 21st Century
9
Physician Assistants
13
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

J. Michael Farr is one of America's most knowledgeable authors on the subject of job search and career planning. He helped found the self-directed career planning and job search movement, and he continues to teach thousands through his books, assessments and yearly workshops. He has been teaching innovative, self-directed job-search techniques-proven to reduce the time it takes to find a job and help people take control of their careers and lives for more than 20 years. J. Michael Farr's techniques have been adopted by job-search and career-placement programs throughout North America. He has trained more than 6,000 instructors and trainers in numerous workshops and presentations across the U.S. and Canada.

LaVerne Ludden has a doctorate in adult community education and has taught college-level courses in leadership and business. As the former dean of adult and extended studies, and as a successful small business owner, he bridges the gap between employer and employee expectations.

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