Table of contents for Top 100 computer and technical careers : your complete guidebook to major jobs in many fields at all training levels / Michael Farr.

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Summary of Major Sections
Introduction. Provides an explanation of the job descriptions, how best to use the book, and 
other details. Begins on page 1.
Part I: Using the Job-Match Grid to Choose a Career. Match your skills and preferences to 
the jobs in this book. Begins on page xxx.
Part II: Descriptions of the Top 100 Computer and Technical Careers. Presents thorough 
descriptions of the top 100 computer and technical jobs. Education and training requirements 
for these jobs vary from on-the-job training to a four-year college degree or more. Each 
description gives information on the nature of the work, working conditions, employment, 
training, other qualifications, advancement, job outlook, earnings, related occupations, and 
sources of additional information. The jobs are presented in alphabetical order. The page 
numbers where specific descriptions begin are listed in the detailed contents. Begins on page 
XX.
Part III: Quick Job Search-Seven Steps to Getting a Good Job in Less Time. This 
relatively brief but important section offers results-oriented career planning and job search 
techniques. It includes tips on identifying your key skills, defining your ideal job, using effective 
job search methods, writing resumes, organizing your time, improving your interviewing skills, 
and following up on leads. The last part of this section features professionally written and 
designed resumes for some of the top computer and technical jobs. Begins on page XXX.
Part IV: Important Trends in Jobs and Industries. This section includes three well-written 
articles on labor market trends. The articles are worth your time. Titles of the articles are 
"Tomorrow's Jobs," "Employment Trends in Major Industries," and "Training for Techies: 
Career Preparation in Information Technology." Begins on page XXX.
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Detailed Contents
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Introduction	
Part I: Using the Job-Match Grid to Choose a Career	
Part II: Descriptions of the Top 100 Computer and 
Technical Careers	
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Part III: Quick Job Search-Seven Steps to Getting a 
Good Job in Less Time	
Part IV: Important Trends in Jobs and Industries	
Tomorrow's Jobs	
Employment Trends in Major Industries	
Training for Techies: Career Preparation in Information Technology	
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Computer science -- Vocational guidance -- United States.
Technology -- Vocational guidance -- United States.
Occupations -- United States.
Labor market -- United States.
Job hunting -- United States.