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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
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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. 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 19. Science, Math, Engineering, Manufacturing, Industry, Robotics By Tony Kelbrat
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There are many organizations offering leads in employment and many offshoot types of employment you can get such as technical writing and research. Try some of the major corporations that use your... More > type of skill. You can find addresses in any directory of corporations. Find Peterson's Engineering, Science Computer Jobs book. Go to #502.371 or Q147 to Q149 at the library for books about careers in science. Try the #506 section of your local library for books on scientific organizations. Science goes from #500-599 at the library, applied science goes from #600-#609 and engineering goes from #620-629. The core subjects are math, physics, chemistry, geology and biology and from this, there are easily 100 subspecialties, if not more. The major fields are: Acoustics. Agriculture. Agroforestry. Anatomy. Arboriculture. Artificial intelligence. Astronomy. Astrophysics.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 17. Animal - Pet Guide (Resource Book for Animal Lovers, Includes Animal Jobs - Careers) By Tony Kelbrat
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If you love dogs, cats, birds, etc., you should get some magazines, go to #636 at the library and get some books and check out possible careers with animals. Some breeders sell dogs nationwide,... More > others do it through local pet stores. You can set up a few kennels to house dogs when their owners go away. Start a grooming service for the bored, rich folk. Some people have dog walking/ exercise service. Some people have pet taxis. Contact veterinarian places and ask them if you can subcontract a pet taxi service for them. If you have a nice yard and some fenced off areas, you could start a dogcare service something like daycare. Word of mouth could get your business rolling. Take some courses and become a trainer or a vet's assistant. Some people have started poop scooping companies where they go to people's yards to scoop the poop, thepoop.com. The most common pet professions are dog grooming and dog caretaker/ handler (taking dogs for walks).< 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 21. the Transportation Industry (Train, Trucks, Sea Trades (Shipping, Boating, Oceanography, Diving, Fisherman), Car Industry, Air Travel, Aerospace, Astronaut) By Tony Kelbrat
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Try the following sections at the library: 385. Railroad transportation. 386. Inland waterway transportation. 387. Water, air, space transportation. 388. Ground... More > transportation. 625.Trains. Books about railroads are at #625.107 or TF6-TF197 at the library. Travel books go from #910 to #920. Truck driver is one of the most in demand trades around. The need for truckers to transport goods never ends. A truck driver needs a commercial driver's license. Many technical-vocational schools offer tractor trailer driving courses. There are short haul drivers, regular route drivers and long haul drivers. Some truckers own their own rigs and contract their services out on a per load basis. Others work for companies driving company trucks.The companies may be trucking companies or business companies hauling their own goods. The U.S. Dot, dot.gov, governs truck drivers crossing state lines for safety reasons so they don't work too many hours without a break.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 15. Outdoor - Green - Eco - Environmental Job Guide (Natural Resources, Conservation, Parks, Forestry - Lumber, Recreation, Firefighter, Green Energy - Building) By Tony Kelbrat
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Outdoor jobs generally go in five categories: 1.) Outdoor recreation and outdoor guides. 2.) Environmental and ecology. 3.) Agriculture. 4.) Parks and government natural resources. 5.) Other... More > jobs where being outdoors is incidental to the job. The pay is not extremely high in any of these jobs but if you get to be outdoors and you get paid for doing something you love doing then an outdoor job is way better than any office job. Many local vocational schools offer technician type courses for outdoor work. General outdoor recreation books are at #796 to #799 at the library. Books about agriculture are at: 630. Agriculture. 631. Farming. 632. Plant science. 633. Field crops. 634. Orchards, small fruit, forestry. 635. Horticulture, garden crops. 636. Livestock and domestic animals. 637. Dairy and related industries. 638. Insect culture. 639. Nondomesticated animals.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 12. Law Guide; Law Job Guide (Most Types of Law, World Law; Law Career, Lawyer, Paralegal, Legal Assistant, Scopist, Court Reporting, Judge, Law Librarian) By Tony Kelbrat
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The legal profession has many specialties so you should check with your local specialty organization if one exists. The federal and state governments employ many lawyers and other legal... More > professionals for their courts and many other legal offices in virtually all departments. Also, many of the state bar associations offer some kind of job service. Beyond prosecutor, judge, bailiff and defense attorney, there are many offshoot jobs like administrative, paralegal, probation and parole officer, etc. There's an entire subfield in family court particularly with juvenile justice which has its own court, probation officers, juvenile holding facilities, boot camps, counselors, etc.< Less
The “People Power” Job Superbook: Book 11: Writer Guide (Make Money Writing; Agents to Ebooks) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a basic book about how to make a living as a writer. It's not about how to learn to write a book, an essay, fiction, grammar, etc. If you want knowledge on that, either refer to my... More > education book or go to #808 at your local library. If you want to learn computer, internet and word processing, try #004-005 at the library. Writing as a business to earn money is not the romantic dream that you see in just about every second or third made-for-TV movie where one of the protagonists is a writer who seems to live a dreamy, deep, romantic, advanced, cool lifestyle. Writing to earn a living is hard work if you plan on selling your work to publishers who will resell it. If you plan to do it all yourself, hustle for writing contracts for functional work in the business world, self-publish and market your own work. I feel you have a better chance than people writing novels and nonfiction books hoping to sell them to a big publisher.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 14. Crime Guide, Crime Job Guide (Getting Arrested, Protect Yourself from Crime, Identity Theft; Police - Prison Guard Jobs) By Tony Kelbrat
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Within law enforcement, there are many different jobs ranging from the street cop in a high crime, low income area to crime scene analysts and fingerprint experts to computer operators and... More > increasingly, computer security experts. The base to any career in security is to major in either Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice at either a community college, vocational school or a regular college. Some courses are two years long, others are the standard four year B.A. or BSc. As a youngster, don't get in trouble and don't get too many traffic tickets because they may check up on you and if you look like a nonconformist in any way, they will drop you. Attitude is everything. They want a levelheaded conservative. Take care of your health and if you're accepted into a police or corrections guard academy, train physically before you go so you will be ready.< Less
The "People Power" Job Superbook: Book 13. Government Guide, Government Job Guide (Federal – State – County – Municipal - World Government Websites, Government Sales – Grants - Jobs, Canadian Government) By Tony Kelbrat
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Federal jobs are separated into two classes: 1.) Competitive service jobs, which include the majority of federal positions, are subject to civil service laws passed by Congress. Job applications... More > are rated on a numerical system in which applicants are awarded points based on education, experience and other job qualification standards. Hiring managers then fill the position from a pool of candidates with the highest point totals. . 2.) Hiring managers for excepted service agencies are not required to follow civil service hiring procedures. These agencies set their own qualifications requirements. Both competitive service and excepted service positions must give preference to veterans who were either disabled or who served in combat areas. Some agencies that are not strictly excepted service agencies can have excepted service positions available within them. If you are interested in employment with an excepted service agency, visit the recruitment section of its website for postings.< Less