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Careers in Cereal Chemistry

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Chemistry to making cereal? Absolutely! The American Association of Cereal Chemists designed this site to promote the diversified career options for people interested in science. Learn...more
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Chemistry to making cereal? Absolutely! The American Association of Cereal Chemists designed this site to promote the diversified career options for people interested in science. Learn about the science involved in producing cereal. This site also Includes information on job opportunities and educational requirements.

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Careers in Botany

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Intrigued by the beauty and wonder of flowers and plants? Botany could be the career for you. Explore the variety of areas of specialization, job opportunities, salaries, and the job...more
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Intrigued by the beauty and wonder of flowers and plants? Botany could be the career for you. Explore the variety of areas of specialization, job opportunities, salaries, and the job outlook for botanists. Find out what you need to do to prepare yourself for a career in botany.

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Careers in Accounting

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Where can you go with a degree in Accounting? This site summarizes information available in a comprehensive book to help prospective accountants learn about opportunities and define...more
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Where can you go with a degree in Accounting? This site summarizes information available in a comprehensive book to help prospective accountants learn about opportunities and define career goals. Clearly shows the importance of education and hard work to success in this field.

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Caring the for Aging

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Find out if geriatrics is the field for you. Learn about possibilities in educational programs as well as the wide variety of career choices in this quickly growing field. ...more
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Find out if geriatrics is the field for you. Learn about possibilities in educational programs as well as the wide variety of career choices in this quickly growing field.

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Job Opportunities in the Armed Forces - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average...more
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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Handlers, Equipment Cleaners, Helpers, and Laborers - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average...more
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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Transportation and Material Moving Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average...more
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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Production Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Construction Trades Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Mechanics, Installers, and Repairers - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Service Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Administrative Support Occupations, Including Clerical - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Marketing and Sales Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Professional and Technical Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average...more
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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Executive, Administrative, and Managerial Occupations - US Government

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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average...more
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Specific career information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. For each job, users can find a description of the type of work, the training (formal and informal) required, the average wages, and the outlook for employment in that job over the next few years. These guides are dense reading, but they contain a wealth of information.

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Welcome to My Future

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This site was created by a military recruiting consortium to offer information on ways in which military careers and experience can be beneficial. It includes information on military...more
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This site was created by a military recruiting consortium to offer information on ways in which military careers and experience can be beneficial. It includes information on military careers and ways of getting funding for college through military service.

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Secrets of the SAT - PBS

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The PBS Frontline series has taken a look at the SAT and how different schools use it to help make admission decisions about their applicants. While not a definitive study, ...more
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The PBS Frontline series has taken a look at the SAT and how different schools use it to help make admission decisions about their applicants. While not a definitive study, the site shows some of the criticisms that have been leveled against the test, but also shows that the SAT is not the only criterion schools use in making their decisions. Worth a look if you work with college-bound students.

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What Can You Do With a Major In:

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This site, sponsored by the career center at the University of Texas, is a great tool for students heading into college. Just click on a college major, and you can ...more
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This site, sponsored by the career center at the University of Texas, is a great tool for students heading into college. Just click on a college major, and you can learn about possible careers that could be available to you after college. Easy to use and offers practical advice for those deciding on what to do after high school.

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Counselors and career advisors alike will appreciate the information offered by this site. Post the site on the school web page, and refer it to students who are beginning the search of what to do after high school. Some of the information is geared towards post-under graduate students, but the career counseling is still helpful to those who want to look for jobs rather than higher education. Perhaps seeing the scarcity of jobs available without higher education will motivate students to pursue college after all!

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COOL - College Search from U.S. Department of Education - US Government

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This is the new DOE college search site, offering searching options by discipline, geographic area, and many other factors. It's a great place to explore students' options for finding...more
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This is the new DOE college search site, offering searching options by discipline, geographic area, and many other factors. It's a great place to explore students' options for finding a college of university to fit their needs.

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Careers Online: The Job Seekers Workshop

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Starting with the interview, this hands-on Australian website takes you through the job search process leading up to the decision making process of choosing a job. This site is a ...more
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Starting with the interview, this hands-on Australian website takes you through the job search process leading up to the decision making process of choosing a job. This site is a great resource for students looking ahead at possible fields of study and career possibilities.

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