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The "People Power" Job Superbook Book 16. Food Jobs, Food Career (Food Science, Food Processing, Food Industry, Waiter, Alcohol Industry, Beverage Industry) By Tony Kelbrat
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The food business goes from food sales to food processing which generally involves making all the processed foods we eat all the way from bread to candy to meats, poultry and fish. It's generally... More > messy work, is learned mostly on the job and generally doesn't require the skills that many other trades do although the pay is generally low. There are fish and poultry workers often working in large processing plants. Join the military, take the cooking trade then after four years get a civilian job. There is a Directory of Food Service Distributors out there. Food service books are at #647.95 or TX911.3 at the library. Food service is much bigger than restaurants. It covers all institutional buildings like hospitals, jails, senior retirement homes, mental institutions, college cafetarias, grade school cafetarias, the military, oil exploration companies, shipboard services, etc. There are many food businesses anyone can start almost immediately. The only problem is government regulations.< Less
The "People Power" Family Superbook Book 5. The Food Kingdom 1 (Recipes, Food Knowledge, Restaurants, Buy Food, Alcohol, Frugal Food, Food Banks, Food Stamps, Food Industry, Food Jobs, Entertaining, Food Tourism) By Tony Kelbrat
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Food is necessary. Food is an obsession to some people. Go to #641 at the library and you’ll find hundreds of cookbooks. Go to #611 to #613 which is the fitness and health section. There are... More > books about diet and healthy eating there. There are some general food books at #640. There is tons of free knowledge on the internet. Home economics/ thrift type living books are at #332.024 or TX326 at the library. Books about how to feed children are at #649.3 or RJ53. The U.S. Dept of Agriculture created the Food Pyramid and stuff like that. Food books at the library start at #640 and go to #642. 640. Household Stuff. 641. Food and drink. 642. Food and meal service. If you're interested in country living like gardening vegetables, etc., go to #630.2, #641.4 and #643 sections or S501 at the library.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 1. Food Guide, Food Career Guide (Recipes, Cookbooks, Restaurants, Organic, Alcohol, Coupons, Food Stamps, Food - Beverage Industry) By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $4.00
The food business goes from food sales to food processing which generally involves making all the processed foods we eat all the way from bread to candy to meats, poultry and fish. It's generally... More > messy work, is learned mostly on the job and generally doesn't require the skills that many other trades do although the pay is generally low. There are fish and poultry workers often working in large processing plants. Join the military, take the cooking trade then after four years get a civilian job. Food service is much bigger than restaurants. It covers all institutional buildings like hospitals, jails, senior retirement homes, mental institutions, college cafetarias, grade school cafetarias, the military, oil exploration companies, shipboard services, etc. There are many food businesses anyone can start almost immediately. The only problem is government regulations.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 16. Agriculture - Farm - Garden Job - Business Guide (General Gardening Knowledge, Agriculture Industry) By Tony Kelbrat
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Agriculture Departments of other nations contain lots of information about the agriculture, gardening and farming industries. They’re huge... More > industries. They provide the food for the world. Careers span everything from growing plants and raising livestock to selling and public relations. Books about agriculture are between #630 and #639 at the library. They go from plants to animals. The career opportunities are there. People all over the world need irrigation, soil science, pesticide control and even genetically modified plants to maximize their efficiency. People will always need to eat no matter what else happens.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook Book 17. Garden-Farm-Agriculture Jobs-Business Guide By Tony Kelbrat
eBook (ePub): $2.50
The U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Agriculture Departments of other nations contain lots of information about the agriculture, gardening and farming industries. They’re huge... More > industries. They provide the food for the world. Careers span everything from growing plants and raising livestock to selling and public relations. Books about agriculture are between #630 and #639 at the library. They go from plants to animals. The career opportunities are there. People all over the world need irrigation, soil science, pesticide control and even genetically modified plants to maximize their efficiency. People will always need to eat no matter what else happens. Landscaping is cutting lawns and planting flowers. Landscape architecture is a fancy word for a professional gardener. You may not be able to do skilled gardening work but with a truck, a lawnmower and a wheelbarrow, you can make money and get regular customers. Offer to clean out basements too.< Less
21 Must Have Skills for the New Millennium: The Health, Science and Technology for Life By Damon J. Smith
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The world is getting more and more competitive. College grads are working in the fast food industry, and people with 20 plus years of job experience are getting laid off. It’s tough times for... More > employees. Not only is the job space crowded and competitive, but for years now colleges have been turning down qualified students with high SAT scores and great grade point averages. Learning, navigating, and winning in this landscape is more complex than it’s ever been. The so-called american dream of getting an education, finding a career, working for a company for 20 plus years, owning your home and sending kids to college is long gone for most people. But there is hope. The key to winning in this system is to acquire a specialized but well rounded skill set, and recreate yourself as the most highly sought after professional you can become. The future is technology. Will you be at the forefront of innovation? The goal is to give you the skills to be a lion in this competitive environment!< Less
21 Must Have Skills for the New Millennium: The Health, Science and Technology for Life (Hardcover) By Damon J. Smith
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The world is getting more and more competitive. College grads are working in the fast food industry, and people with 20 plus years of job experience are getting laid off. It’s tough times for... More > employees. Not only is the job space crowded and competitive, but for years now colleges have been turning down qualified students with high SAT scores and great grade point averages. Learning, navigating, and winning in this landscape is more complex than it’s ever been. The so-called american dream of getting an education, finding a career, working for a company for 20 plus years, owning your home and sending kids to college is long gone for most people. But there is hope. The key to winning in this system is to acquire a specialized but well rounded skill set, and recreate yourself as the most highly sought after professional you can become. The future is technology. Will you be at the forefront of innovation? The goal is to give you the skills to be a lion in this competitive environment!< Less
21 Career Choices that will Change Your Life By Damon J. Smith
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The world is getting more and more competitive. College grads are working in the fast food industry, and people with 20 plus years of job experience are getting laid off. It's tough times for... More > employees. Not only is the job space crowded and competitive, but for years now colleges have been turning down qualified students with high SAT scores and great grade point averages. Learning, navigating, and winning in this landscape is more complex than it's ever been. But there is hope. The key to winning in this system is in your choices. You can learn to make the right decisions and acquire a specialized but well rounded skill set to recreate yourself as the most highly sought after professional on the market. The future is technology. Will you be at the forefront? The goal is to give you the skills to choose your way to success.< Less
The Jungle By Upton Sinclair
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The Jungle exposed the horrible conditions of the U.S. meatpacking industry and a corrupt economic system. Its vivid and horrifying depiction of the slaughterhouse, the dangers of contamination and... More > injury - conditions which were rife before any real regulation was set in place. The Jungle was in fact the catalyst for the 1906 Pure Food and Drug Act. The Rudkus family has moved to Chicago's Packingtown district looking for the good life, but run into trouble at every step with fraudulent, usurious tactics. Here we find some of the famous descriptions of the gruesome slaughterhouse, filled with danger and disease. In the second part, Jurgis eventually loses his job and family and is out on the street, and gets swept up by a meeting of Socialists. From here the book turns into a didactic lecture about how socialism will cure all ills. With the money from this bestseller Sinclair founded a socialist colony in New Jersey, which "mysteriously" burned to the ground within a year.< Less
The Drug Makers: A Story from Inside the Pharmaceutical Business By David M. Shlaes
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Daniel Simon leaves his job as a professor at a Midwestern medical school to work in the pharmaceutical industry because he wants to make a greater and more direct impact in his field. But he soon... More > finds that in his new role, he must contend with petty crooks, fraudsters, and brilliant but money-hungry researchers. There’s also the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which seeks to put a regulatory death to what could be lifesaving antibiotics. Whether he’s working at a large company, small company or biotechnology company, he sees how they make decisions, conduct research, and earn revenue. Sometimes, he gets caught in turf battles and must deal with inflated egos. With a career and family to think about, Daniel works hard to bring new antibiotics to the market, but he becomes increasingly frustrated by the hurdles that must be overcome. He has his work cut out for him in The Drug Makers.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
Paperback: $21.60