This link will take you to O*Net where you can learn about various occupations. You can use the bright outlook, green economy sector, and STEM discipline search boxes or browse by industry or career cluster.
Draws on insider testimonies to describe the day-to-day, nitty-gritty responsibilities for hundreds of professions from lawyers and dentists to teachers and computer programmers. In a guide that shares complementary information on the educational background for cited professions as well as average starting and median salaries.
Jobs that matter : find a stable, fulfilling career in public service / by Heather Krasna ; with a foreword from Max Stier.
Call Number: Stacks JK716 .K686 2010
Details on major career interest areas, including human services, health, education, civil rights, the environment, infrastructure, finance, international development, security and law enforcement, religion, and the arts ; Profiles of 26 professionals in all areas of public service, with employers raging from the NYC Transit Authority to the Seattle opera ; Salaries, job outlook, and career information on more than 60 different public service jobs ; Listings of more than 250 professional associations, job search sites, and books ; Career exploration exercises to help you pinpoint the right area for you ; Sample resumes and cover letters with proven public service success ; Effective interview and networking strategies ; Salary negotiation guidelines specific to public service careers ; Targeted tips for specifc public service job searches, including the United Nations and Sate Department ; Expert advice for career changers, students, veterans, and AmeriCorps and Peace Corps volunteers" --Cover, p. 4.