The Career Training Sourcebook: Where to Get Free, Low-cost, and Salaried Job Training

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McGraw-Hill, 1993 - Business & Economics - 268 pages
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For most American workers, career change is now the rule, not the exception. The Career Training Sourcebook supplies these mobile employees - those anxious about job security or ambitious for new challenges - with the training and retraining programme information they need to meet demanding new job requirements. Designed to take the sting out of the training search, this directory and guide contains hundreds of technical and non-technical training opportunities that are free, almost free, or actually pay you while you're in training. It delivers detailed coverage of available apprenticeships and government- and armed forces-sponsored programmes, and highlights special corporate programmes that offer earn as you learn training. Special attention is given to exceptional training opportunities for veterans, minorities, and disabled workers.

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