Careers if you like science (Finding A Career) (#1328YB7)

by Snyder, Gail

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2 reviews & awards | 1 full-text review

Hardcover (library binding) ReferencePoint Press, 2017
Price: USD 31.05
Description: 80 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
Dewey: 502.3; Int Lvl: YA
AR 9 MG 3 186101EN; RC 11.9 7; LEX NC1260L


 


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About This Set

A lucky few know exactly what kind of work they want to do someday. ut what about all the others who know what they like (history, math, writing, etc.) but have no clue what job or career to pursue? This series offers students another way of thinking about jobs and careers: by considering their interests and the skill sets they have developed in connection with those interests. Books in this series profile a variety of jobs and career fields that are well-suited to particular interests. Included in every book are comments from industry insiders--information about pay and job prospects--a Q&A interview--and a list of sources for more information.

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Overview
From Follett

Includes bibliographical references and index.;Biomedical engineer -- Environmental scientist -- Forensic science technician -- Pharmacy technician -- Physician assistant -- Robotics engineer -- Science educator -- Veterinarian. Discusses careers in the field of science, with information about pay and job prospects, educational requirements, comments from industry insiders, and more.

From the Publisher
If you are curious, analytical and love nearly all the science classes you have taken, there is a career that is sure to suit you--and pay you well. People who like science may work in careers ranging from biomedical engineer to veterinarian and forensic science technician. What the jobs entail, what they pay, and future prospects are discussed along with insights from industry insiders.

Product Details
  • Publisher: ReferencePoint Press
  • Publication Date: August 1, 2016
  • Format: Hardcover (library binding)
  • Series: Finding a career
  • Dewey: 502.3
  • Classifications: Nonfiction
  • Description: 80 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • ISBN-10: 1-68282-006-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-68282-006-3
  • LCCN: 2016-023548
  • Follett Number: 1328YB7
  • Interest Level: YA
  • ATOS Book Level: 9
  • AR Interest Level: MG
  • AR Points: 3
  • AR Quiz: 186101EN
  • Reading Counts Level: 11.9
  • Reading Counts Points: 7
  • Lexile: NC1260L

Reviews & Awards
  • School Library Connection starred, 03/01/17
  • School Library Journal, 11/01/16

Full-Text Reviews
School Library Journal (November 1, 2016)
Gr 7 Up-How can favorite school subjects translate into a career? This approach describes sought after jobs derived from curricular interest areas. For instance, new technologies offer additional methods to develop writing skills ("When social media users curate news stories...they are performing the basic function of an editor"). Whereas history buffs will be delighted to learn that their expertise could be valuable to foreign embassies, government agencies, and even movie sets. Each volume features eight specific jobs, describing a typical workday with quotes and an interview. For example, in Government and Politics a congressional staffer who synthesizes information and prepares briefs is featured. Chapters are enhanced with color photos, fact boxes, employment outlook data, and a list of other compatible careers (referencing the Occupational Outlook Handbook). Unfamiliar job titles, such as "Atmospheric Scientist," are cross-referenced. VERDICT Recommended for upper middle school and high school students seeking career inspiration. © Copyright 2016. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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