Child Care Worker
This series explores promising career paths that do not require a four-year degree. Instead, these fast-growing positions require on-the-job training, certification through training programs, vocational college training, or two-year college degrees. Each book provides an in-depth exploration of job responsibilities, required education, and long-term career development possibilities. Also included are current salary expectations and employment outlooks. These books support career exploration units and School-to-Work programs.
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