Table of contents for 225 best jobs for baby boomers / Michael Farr and Laurence Shatkin.

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Summary of Major Sections
Introduction. A short overview to help you better understand 
and use the book. Starts on page 1.
Part I: It's Never Too Late to Change Your Career. Part I is 
an overview of what career change means to baby boomers. It 
covers the reasons why boomers think about changing their 
work or work arrangements and what options they most often 
consider, including working after retirement. Starts on page 
xx.
Part II: The Best Jobs Lists for Baby Boomers. Very useful 
for exploring career options! The 79 lists in Part II show 
you the 225 jobs that employ a high percentage of over-45 
workers and that offer the best combination of earnings, 
projected growth, and number of openings. Specialized lists 
show you which of these 225 jobs are outstanding in terms of 
these three economic factors; which jobs are linked to the 
major interest fields and personality types; and which jobs 
have several other characteristics, such as employing a 
large percentage of women, employing a large percentage of 
people age 65 or over, or requiring only a small amount of 
physical strength. Starts on page xx.
Part III: Descriptions of the Best Jobs for Baby Boomers. 
This part provides a brief but information-packed 
description of each of the jobs that met our criteria for a 
high percentage of baby boomers plus high pay, fast growth, 
or many openings. Each description contains information on 
earnings, projected growth, job duties, skills, related job 
titles, related knowledge and courses, and many other 
details. The descriptions are in alphabetical order. This 
structure makes it easy to look up a job that you've 
identified from Part II and that you want to learn more 
about. Starts on page xxx.
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Vocational guidance -- United States.
Baby boom generation -- Employment -- United States.
Employment forecasting -- United States.
Occupations -- United States.