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Encyclopedia of Careers and Vocational Guidance - Sarah Dalton (Editor)
Publication Date: 2011
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Presents alphabetized profiles of over seven hundred careers and more than ninety career fields.

Search for a career by name.

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Career Transitions

Go to "Browse Career Paths" and then type in a career that you are interested in.  

This database will provide information on typical activities, common tools used, average salary, projected growth rate of the industry, and the educational requirements for hte job.  Some career paths also have videos.  There is also a "career ladder" that will show you other, similar careers.

If you need a password, use "elvis".

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