America's Top Jobs for People Without a Four-Year Degree: by J. Michael Farr, Michael Farr

By J. Michael Farr, Michael Farr

Includes the main up to date details on development, gains, and developments in significant industries, delivering greater than a hundred thorough activity descriptions. targeted sections talk about occupation making plans and activity seek ideas. additionally contains an appendix with jobs grouped through schooling and coaching required.

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Employment Animal care and service workers held a total of 145,000 jobs in 2000. Nearly 90 percent of this number worked as nonfarm animal caretakers; the remainder worked as animal trainers. Nonfarm animal caretakers worked primarily in boarding kennels, animal shelters, stables, grooming shops, animal hospitals, and veterinary offices. A significant number also worked for animal humane societies, racing stables, dog and horse racetrack operators, zoos, theme parks, circuses, and other amusement and recreations services.

Artists employed by publishing companies, advertising agencies, and design firms generally work a standard 40-hour week. During busy periods, they may work overtime to meet deadlines. Self-employed artists can set their own hours, but may spend much time and effort selling their artwork to potential customers or clients and building a reputation. Employment Artists held about 147,000 jobs in 2000. More than half were self-employed. Of the artists who were not self-employed, many worked in motion picture, television, computer software, printing, publishing, and public relations firms.

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