Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance
Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance-now in its 17th edition-remains the most comprehensive career reference in print. This unparalleled resource has been expanded to six volumes and fully revised to contain the most accurate and current career information available. In Six Volumes and Thousands of Pages of Information! The six-volume Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance, 17th Edition is an essential resource for public, college, high school, and junior high school libraries; career centers; guidance offices; and other agencies involved with career exploration and planning. Each article has been thoroughly revised and updated, and many new articles have been added. Comprehensive career information, sidebars, and user-friendly features, including the Career Ladder, which shows common career paths for each profession, provide a clear picture of what it takes to launch a successful career. Called out by graphic icons are the top fastest-growing careers, the highest-paying jobs, and the top careers that experts predict will add the greatest number of positions. Extensive Online References and Sidebars More than 4,000 websites are listed in the career field and profession articles and refer users to professional associations, government agencies, and other organizations. More than 1,000 sidebars ranging from profiles of industry movers and shakers to glossaries of industry jargon to fast-fact industry statistics are also included. Designed to hold students' attention and relay information effectively, this edition of Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance is the ideal starting place for career research. This edition features: Comprehensive overviews of 140 industries and career fields The latest information on job duties, salaries, education requirements, and employment trends for more than 980 professions Sidebars providing additional reading on industry issues and history, useful websites, industry jargon, and much more More than 800 photographs of people at work Career articles indexed to the O*NETSOC and Canada's National Occupational Classification (NOC) systems Career Guidance section in Volume 1, providing information on interviewing, job hunting, networking, writing resumes, and more A comprehensive job title index in each volume, plus additional indexes in Volume 1 Extensive online references Appendixes of information and resources for finding apprenticeships and internships and for people with disabilities.