Mariner's Employment Guide

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Marine Techniques, 1995 - Business & Economics - 344 pages
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MARINER'S EMPLOYMENT GUIDE, provides merchant marine vocational guidance for both shipboard & shore-side employment, & serves as an excellent directory of Maritime Industry firms involved in water transportation of all types within the U.S., this work was compiled by Mr. Pelletier, a U.S. Merchant Marine Staff Officer & Marine Industry Consultant whom has been involved directly & indirectly within the marine industry since 1970. It is a guide to ALL employment opportunities, & company types within the maritime industry, includes unions, employment agencies, schools, shipboard, deep draft, shallow draft vessel owners, cruise ships, yachts, riverboat casinos, inland waterways, marine bookstores, marine publications, marine employment agencies, help in license procedures via U.S. Coast Guard, (where to go, what to expect, & what will be required), position descriptions, average wages paid, overtime, travel paid, vacation pay, time given for prior military & civilian interconnected work experience, & much more. The only guide of its kind published today. Periodic chapter updates also available during the published year. Volume discounts available. Distributed by Baker & Taylor, Library Resources Associates or directly from the Publisher: Marine Techniques; 126 Western Avenue; Suite 266; Augusta, ME 04330-7252; Ph. 207-622-7984, FAX 207-621- 0821.

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