So You Want to Work with Computers? by Margaret McAlpine


So You Want to Work with Computers? by Margaret McAlpine

So you want to work in? Find out all about what it is like to work in the these industries. This series explores various occupations and looks at the main tasks for each job, together with skills required and good points and bad points. Each description ends with a case study, following a typical 'day in the life' of an individual working in the industry. With colour photographs on every page, this essential book is ideal for assisting young teenagers with their research into various careers.

About the Author

Margaret McAlpine is an experienced and specialist careers writer having left teaching in schools and further education colleges some 12 years ago to write careers information for the DfES, the Daily Mail and specialist publishers like Hobsons and Trotman.

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64 pages


Margaret McAlpine
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Publication date

10th January 2008



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