Careers for Bookworms & Other Literary Types

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2002 - Business & Economics - 149 pages
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The only career series designed expressly to turn passions into paychecks!

The Careers for You series inspires career explorers to look at the job market through the unique lens of their own interests. Each book reveals dozens of ways to pursue a passion and make a living­­including many little-known but delightful careers that will surprise readers.

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User Review  - Charles M. - Goodreads

If you are a bookworm...there's apparently quite a few career choices out there for you!!! Read full review

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User Review  - Lauren - Goodreads

I really loved this book because it showed me I have options, a few more than I originally thought. It made me hopeful, something that it takes a pretty special book to do. Read full review


CHAPTER THREE Careers in Book Publishing
CHAPTER FOUR Careers with Magazines
CHAPTER FIVE Careers in Glamour Industries

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About the author (2002)

Marjorie Eberts and Margaret Gisler are prolific freelance authors with more than eighty books in print, including career books, language arts books, parental advice books, and children's books.

Mariorie Eberts and Margaret Gisler have been writing together professionally for twenty years. They are prolific freelance authors with more than sixty books in print. This is their twenty-third VGM career book. It is also the third career book for which Mary McGowan has provided material, and the fourth for Maria Olson. Each is also the author of a career book.

Writing this book was a special pleasure for the authors as it gave them the opportunity to talk to so many hard-hat wearers. They appreciate the value these people place on working safely in jobs where there are dangers in the workplace.

Marjorie Eberts is a graduate of Stanford University, and Margaret Gisler is a graduate of Ball State University. Both received their specialist degrees in education from Butler University.

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