Real People Working in Science

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Business & Economics - 125 pages
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On The Job Series (Real People Working in…) Dozens of firsthand interviews with real-world practitioners are combined with the latest statistics on the hottest career areas. The result is a reader-friendly series that's ideal for those who want s clear picture of the challenges and rewards to be found in each job. Lively icons and graphics make it easy to find essential information at a glance. DETAILED CAREER INFORMATION Allows job-seekers to make informed choices and learn in-depth information about a specific career—from salary levels to job statistics to necessary education. JOB OVERVIEWS Give readers a detailed look at particular jobs available in respective fields. USER-FRIENDLY DESIGN Encourages readers to pinpoint the sections most useful to them and then read on to find out more.

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Title: Real People Working in Science Author(s): Jan Goldberg Year Published: 1998 As the title suggests, this book draws on the real life experiences of people pursuing careers in engineering and the ... Read full review

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