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Armed and Civilian Forces by

This work helps students bridge the gap between what they study at school and working in the real world. How to Get Ahead in... takes a detailed look at what it takes to pursue a range of careers. Each book includes real-life case studies of people with plenty of experience in each field. The student-centred approach will help readers think about their future working lives and provides insight into a range of options. It is ideal for use in the library, careers room or in a classroom setting. It is a particularly useful resource for compulsory work-related learning within the curriculum. It gives practical advice on work experience and relevant qualifications so students have a head-start in organising their own work experience.

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Paperback
56 pages
Interest Age: 12+ years

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Raintree an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd
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Publication date

14th August 2007

ISBN

9781406204629


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