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Businesspeople in various specialties answer questions about finding a job, the work itself, pay, and other areas
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If one wants to know the responsibilities and duties of a particular profession, it is only necessary to check the ubiquitous Occupational Outlook Handbook or any other of a number of vocational guides. At some point, though, in one's attempting to choose a career, it becomes important to know how a banker actually spends his or her day or how an accountant really feels about his or her job. It is toward this end that editor Fischgrund interviewed an advertising executive, a financial consultant, a property manager, an investment banker, a restaurant manager, and 15 others in the field of business and management and profiles a "month in the life" of each. He specifically asks each about salary, tasks performed, skills and training required, misconceptions others have about the field, sources of frustration and satisfaction, and advice for those considering the profession. Fischgrund has similarly profiled MBA programs in The Insider's Guide to the Top Ten Business Schools (1993). Recommended for career and young adult collections. David Rouse
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0070212104
Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0070212104