The Career Training Sourcebook: Where to Get Free, Low-cost, and Salaried Job Training
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 & retraining program information they need to meet demanding new job requirements. Designed to take the sting out of the training search, this directory & guide is bursting with literally hundreds of technical & non-technical training opportunities that are free, almost free, or-best of all-actually pay you while you're in training. It delivers detailed coverage of available apprenticeships & government & armed forces-sponsored programs, & highlights special corporate programs that offer excellent "earn as you learn" training. Special attention is given to "exceptional" training opportunities for veterans, minorities, & disabled workers.
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