Careers for Hard Hats and Other Constructive Types
Careers for Hard Hats and Other Constructive Types takes an enticing look at the possibilities and training requirements for dozens of jobs involving a wide variety of popular hobbies and interests. The book provides expert advice on how readers can put their construction knowledge to work in the career of their dreams.
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