This book has basic contact information for the trades and technical skills including apprenticeship programs and job websites. I cover community colleges and vocational schools in book #2. The trades are really big because they're always there regardless of what high-tech industries come and go. Whenever I go jogging, I always see the plumbing trucks, the electrical trucks, the contractor trucks, the carpet cleaners, window installers, etc. No matter what happens, people always need those basic services. I looked around for an indepth vocational-trades book. I couldn't find one. Here is my attempt at a good comprehensive vocational trades book. Even in the trades, be very wary about what you decide to go to school for. I've had friends spend a few years taking a certain vocational program like electronic technician or computer tech only to end up not being able to find a job in their field.... autocareers.com.au/electrical, automotive electric careers. bls.gov/oco/ oco20058.htm, mechanic installers aamp; repairers. bls.gov/oco/ocos188.htm, ... iseek .org/careers/careerdetail?oc=100132, meter readers. iseek.org/careers/ careerdetail?oc=100308, electrician helpers. ... electricians, job guide. learnmoreindiana.org/careers/exploring/pages/careerprofiles.aspx ncqlp.org/ careers, careers in lighting.
|Title||:||The "People Power" Education Superbook: Book 30. Vocational - Trades - Career Guide 1 (General Knowledge About Technical - Skilled Professions)|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-04-07|