By Laurie Likoff, Laurie Likoff
Now in complete colour!
In modern-day quickly altering activity industry, it may be a frightening job for teenagers to start puzzling over their destiny occupation plans. Now in complete colour, occupation Discovery Encyclopedia, 7th version offers the perfect start line for readers who're simply starting to envision becoming a member of the realm of labor. the 1st quantity comprises an evidence of the various instruments used to assist humans establish their fields of curiosity in addition to a pattern self-assessment they could test themselves. additionally integrated is an in-depth rationalization of every of the sixteen occupation Clusters built through the U.S. division of schooling to categorise assorted occupations.
The bulk of the eight-volume profession Discovery Encyclopedia, 7th version is a accomplished A-to-Z directory of greater than seven hundred careers. every one article describes the abilities and schooling wanted for that activity, the wage variety and day by day tasks, and the outlook for the long run in that occupation. additionally integrated are listings of proper exchange agencies and cross-references to comparable articles. The intensity and breadth of this set makes it an important addition to each institution and tips library.
New good points comprise:
- Now in complete colour
- 45 new occupation articles drawn from the fastest-growing profession fields
- More than 650 totally revised occupation articles
- New sidebars and truth containers highlighting very important information regarding those careers.
Other useful reference gains comprise:
- Career Cluster icons that correspond to the dep. of Education's profession Clusters to aid readers simply distinguish diverse occupation fields
- A word list of career-related phrases
- A Dictionary of Occupational Titles Index
- A advisor for Occupational Exploration Index
- A nationwide profession class method Index
- An Occupational info Network-Standard Occupational class Index
- A activity name Index that lists all 702 occupation articles, in addition to substitute names for those activity titles
- 185 new, full-color images.
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They like to lead or manage others to reach goals. They like to convince others to think the way they do. They enjoy working with people and tasks. Conventional People with conventional interests like jobs with clear duties. They enjoy working with data. They are good at working with details and completing tasks. They follow directions well. They like order. People with conventional interests value financial success and status. They like working with tasks and order. S. S. 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Geographers Hazardous Waste Management Technicians Histologic Technicians Marine Biologists Marine Services Technicians Medical Technologists Metallurgical Engineers and Technicians Meteorologists Microbiologists Military Workers Nuclear Medicine Technologists Oceanographers Paleontologists Plastics Engineers Range Managers Renewable Energy Workers Soil Scientists Veterinarians Webmasters Zoologists IER Air Quality Engineers IRA Archaeologists ICA Archivists ICE Financial Analysts Labor Union Business Agents Personnel Specialists ICR Computer Network Specialists Computer Systems Analysts Database Specialists Environmental Technicians Forensic Experts Pharmacists Polygraph Examiners IE City Planners Finding a Career That's Right for You 35 IRC Aeronautical and Aerospace Technicians Aerospace Engineers Astronauts Astronomers Astrophysicists Biochemists Biologists Botanists Chemists Coal Mining Technicians Computer and Video Game Designers Computer Programmers Computer Security 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Respiratory Therapists Surgeons ISA Anthropologists Cultural Advisers Linguists Paleontologists Physician Assistants R Appliance Repairers Aquarists Cable Television Technicians Chimney Sweeps Furniture Manufacturing Workers Glaziers Ground Services Workers Finding a Career That's Right for You Household Movers Industrial Machinery Mechanics Insulation Workers Janitors and Cleaners Landscapers Line Installers and Cable Splicers Logging Industry Workers Meat Packers and Meat Cutters Pet Groomers Pet Sitters Photo Lab Workers Plumbers Pottery and Porcelainware Industry Workers Road Crew Workers Roofers Roustabouts Sheet Metal Workers Sporting Goods Production Workers Tire Technicians Zookeepers RA Instrument Makers and Repairers Lighting Technicians Musical Instrument Repairers Music Producers Special Effects Technicians RAC Computer-Aided Design Technicians Desktop Publishing Specialists Drafters Taxidermists RAE Cooks, Chefs, and Bakers Tailors and Dressmakers RAI Audio Recording Engineers Broadcast Engineers RC Automobile Detailers Automotive Industry Workers Brewers Coal Mining Technicians Computer and Office Machine Technicians Coremakers Diesel Mechanics Drafters Electric Power Workers Electroplating Workers Floor Covering Installers Fluid Power Technicians General Maintenance Mechanics Glass Manufacturing Workers Hazardous Waste Management Technicians Heating and Cooling Technicians Heat Treaters Iron and Steel Industry Workers Ironworkers Laser Technicians Layout Workers Leather Tanning and Finishing Workers Lens Technicians Locksmiths Locomotive Engineers Marble Setters, Tile Setters, and Terrazzo Workers Merchant Mariners Microelectronics Technicians Nuclear Reactor Operators Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians Ophthalmic Medical Assistants Optical Engineers Packaging Machinery Technicians Painters and Paperhangers Papermaking Workers Pest Control Workers Photo Editors Pipefitters Plasterers Plastics Products Manufacturing Workers Plastics Technicians Finding a Career That's Right for You 37 Power Plant Workers Prepress Workers Printing Press Operators Recycling Coordinators Refuse Collectors Semiconductor Technicians Stage Production Workers Stationary Engineers Stevedores Swimming Pool Servicers Telecommunications Technicians Telephone Installers and Repairers Textile Workers Toy Industry Workers Truck Drivers Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators and Technicians Watch and Clock Repairers Welders and Welding Technicians Wireless Service Technicians RCA Automobile Collision Repairers RCE Amusement Park Workers Automatic Teller Machine Servicers Bicycle Mechanics Cement Masons Construction Laborers Drywall Installer and Finishers Fast Food Workers Food Service Workers Stadium Ushers and Vendors Supermarket Managers and Workers RCI Automobile Mechanics Aviation Safety Inspectors Boilermakers and Mechanics Computer-Aided Design Technicians Dry Cleaning and Laundry Workers Electronics Service Technicians Elevator Installers and Repairers 38 Farmers Fiber Optics Technicians Instrumentation Technicians Molders Surveyors and Surveying and Mapping Technicians RE Horticultural Technicians Taxi Drivers REA Cooks, Chefs, and Bakers REC Aquaculturists Beekeepers Bricklayers and Stonemasons Carpenters Fishers Jewelers Public Transportation Operators Railroad Conductors REI Avionics Engineers and Technicians Military Pilots Pilots RES Animal Shelter Employees Fire Control and Safety Inspectors Firefighters RI Foresters Forestry Experts Forestry Technicians Groundwater Professionals Mechanical Engineering Technicians Mechanical Engineers Military Workers Millwrights Nuclear Instrumentation Technicians Operating Engineers Finding a Career That's Right for You Orthotic and Prosthetic Technicians Pedorthists Petroleum Engineers and Technicians Robotics Engineers and Technicians Wood Science and Technology Workers RIC Agribusiness Technicians Agricultural Engineers Agricultural Scientists Aircraft Mechanics Biomedical Equipment Technicians Chemical Engineers Chemical Technicians Civil Engineers and Civil Engineering Technicians Cytotechnologists Dental Laboratory Technicians Electricians Electromechanical Technicians Electronics Engineering Technicians Food Production Workers Food Technologists Histologic Technicians Industrial Traffic Managers Marine Engineers Medical Laboratory Technicians Petroleum Refining Workers Precision Machinists and Metalworkers Traffic Engineers Tree Experts X-ray Technologists RS Lifeguards and Swimming Instructors RSC Public Transportation Operators Surgical Technologists RSE Bail Bondsmen Barbers Border Patrol Officers Bounty Hunters Corrections Officers Firefighters Military Workers Police Officers Process Servers SA English as a Second Language Teachers Nannies SAC Guidance Counselors Preschool Teachers RIE Animal Breeders and Technicians Winemakers SAE Career Counselors Child Life Specialists Horticultural Therapists Protestant Ministers Rabbis Religious Sisters and Brothers Roman Catholic Priests Social Workers RIS Cardiovascular Technologists Diagnostic Medical Sonographers Dialysis Technicians Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists Phlebotomy Technicians Special Procedures Technologists Veterinary Technicians SAI Adult and Vocational Education Teachers Elementary School Teachers Physical Education Teachers Secondary School Teachers Special Education Teachers Adult Day Care Coordinators Finding a Career That's Right for You 39 SAR Child Care Workers Fitness Directors Recreation Workers Recreational Therapists SC Human Services Workers Parole Officers Teacher Aides SCE Stadium Ushers and Vendors SCR Dental Hygienists Medical Assistants Optometric Technicians SE Tour Guides SEA Grant Coordinators and Writers Rehabilitation Counselors SEC Airport Security Personnel Bailiffs Bodyguards Computer Trainers Financial Planners Fund-Raisers Nursing Home Administrators Retirement Planners Security Consultants and Guards Waiters SEI Education Directors and Museum Teachers Ergonomists Health and Regulatory Inspectors Health Physicists School Administrators 40 SER Education Directors and Museum Teachers Funeral Directors SI Nursing Instructors SIA Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors Cultural Advisers Geriatric Care Managers Geriatricians Geriatric Psychiatrists Geriatric Social Workers Grief Therapists Health Advocates HIV/AIDS Counselors and Case Managers Hospice Workers Hypnotherapists Medical Ethicists Rehabilitation Counselors Social Workers Sports Psychologists SIE Podiatrists SIR Acupuncturists Advanced Practice Nurses Audiologists Ayurvedic Doctors and Practitioners Clinical Nurse Specialists Critical Care Nurses Emergency Nurses Herbalists Homeopaths Hospice Workers Massage Therapists Myotherapists Naturopaths Neonatal Nurses Nurse Anesthetists Nurse-Midwives Finding a Career That's Right for You Nurses Oriental Medicine Practitioners Orthotists and Prosthetists Pathologists Pedorthists Psychiatric Nurses Speech-Language Pathologists Transplant Coordinators SR Biofeedback Therapists Home Health Care Aides Household Workers Occupational Therapy Assistants and Aides Physical Therapy Assistants Psychiatric Technicians SRE Aerobics Instructors Animal Handlers Animal Trainers Athletic Directors Dental Assistants Family and Consumer Scientists Nurse Assistants Personal Trainers Stadium Ushers and Vendors Yoga and Pilates Instructors SRI Athletic Trainers Dietetic Technicians Emergency Medical Technicians Kinesiologists Licensed Practical Nurses National Park Service Employees Naturalists Nurse Practitioners Occupational Therapists Orientation and Mobility Specialists Park Rangers Physical Therapists Conclusion After doing some self-assessment activities and taking some assessment tests, you may have a list of job titles in front of you to go explore in the Career Discovery Encyclopedia.
If you value public contact, you probably would not like a job where you worked alone most of the day. You can search for careers based on your values. org/ Finding a Career That's Right for You 23 find/descriptor/browse/Work_Values/#cur). This tool lets you search by six main value areas. These are achievement, independence, recognition, relationships, support, and working conditions. Review the descriptions on the Web site. In which categories do your values fall? What Do You Do Well? A number of assessment tools exist that test your ability to do something.
6. Write a song. 7. Teach elementary school. 8. Help doctors treat patients. 9. Sell products in a store. 10. Start your own business. 11. Create a filing system. 12. Keep track of bank accounts. 13. Repair appliances. 14. Build a brick wall or path. 15. Develop a new medical process. 16. Treat sick animals. 17. Paint a picture of scenery. 18. Write a book. 19. Help a family in need. 20. Volunteer for a children’s organization. 21. Create and agree on business contracts. 22. Manage a company. 23.