Careers in Focus: Internet, Volume 16
Looking for an affordable way to expand your selection of career books? The Careers in Focus titles are a great value for your library or career center. Drawn from Ferguson's extensive database, each of these sturdy, hardcover books focuses on a specific field and is loaded with up-to-date career information.There are 16 to 25 career articles in every book, and each article includes: -- A job description-- Educational requirements-- Salary information-- Advancement opportunities-- Employment outlook-- Work conditions-- Where to go for more informationIncludes computer and video game designers, computer programmers, content developers, internet transaction specialists, and web masters.
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