Careers CAREERS & VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Careers in Human Services “This well organized, easy-to-use reference can help job seekers learn general information about Human Services and perhaps narrow their choices within the field... Recommended.” —ARBA Workers in the human services field provide healthcare assistance, child/family services, training/education, employment assistance, food and housing assistance, mental health services, occupational and rehabilitative counseling, and more. The human services field provides about 5 million workers with employment, making it one of the main service industries in the U.S. economy. Careers in Human Services explores a variety of growing fields including Activities Therapist, Childcare Worker, Fitness Trainer, Healthcare Social Worker, Music Therapist, Social Worker, Speech Therapist, and Substance Abuse Counselor. April 2015 | One Volume; 370 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-778-8 | Library Price: $125 BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! 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January 2015 | One Volume; 340 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-537-1 | Library Price: $125 Also Available: Contemporary Biographies in Business | 978-1-61925-541-8 | $125 Careers in Environment & Conservation “Designed for high school and college audiences and edited to align with curricular standards... Recommended.” —CHOICE Many companies and government organizations today have adopted sustainability strategies, allowing for a growth in environmental and conservation-related positions. From Environmental Science Technicians to Water Treatment Plant Operators, Careers in Environment & Conservation comprises more than twenty-five information-packed chapters on a broad range of branches and divisions within this industry. This volume highlights 25 careers in environment and conservation, including: Botanist, Energy Conservation Technician, Environmental Engineer, Forestry Worker, Geologist, Soil Scientist, Zoologist, and more. December 2014 | One Volume; 340 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-535-7 | Library Price: $125 Also Available: Contemporary Biographies in Environment & Conservation | 978-1-61925-539-5 | $125 Careers in Law, Criminal Justice & Emergency Services This guidebook is designed to allow students to explore their futures and set career goals with a detailed look into the varied professions in law and criminology. Rife with detailed information on the legal environment, networking contacts, career overviews, and more, this title is extremely beneficial for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students as well as non-specialists and researchers. This title examines 30 career paths including Correctional Officer, Court Reporter, Criminologist, Emergency Dispatcher, Firefighter, Forensic Scientist, Lawyer, Park Ranger, Police Officer, Private Detective, and more. May 2014 | One Volume; 340 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-475-6 | Library Price: $125 Also Available: Contemp. Biographies in Law, Criminal Justice & Emergency Services | 978-1-61925-479-4 | $125 Careers in Technical Services & Equipment Repair “Compiled in a positive, comprehensive manner, this book will appeal to those embarking on their first job search as well as those considering a shift into this fulfilling job sector.” —ARBA For those interested in how both simple and complex machines work, a career in technical services, maintenance, and repair may be just the thing. Most maintenance and repair jobs usually demand no more than a 2-year associate’s degree or a high school diploma. Careers in Technical Services & Equipment Repair provides a current overview and a future outlook of specific occupations in the technology and equipment maintenance industries, including Aircraft Mechanic, Engineering Technician, Home Appliance Repair, Industrial Mechanic, Laser Technician, Locomotive Engineer, Robotic Technician and more. 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