Quality Interviewing Maddux 3rd ed., 1994 Mary loves to tell the story about the time I, along with another person, interviewed her for her first Library Clerk position. It was somewhere around the year 1998 or 1999. We all hit
Careers for Artistic Types Kaplan 1991 Submitter: Sure this has to be completely out of date! For the Graphic Designer they do happen to mention that learning to use a computer will be helpful in the upcoming years. That alone
From time to time we will feature interesting books that people suggest. Today is one of those days. We have a couple of titles that are right from the 818.602 section of the library. This is often a favorite place
How to Land a Top-Paying Pierogi Makers Job McFadden 2012 This is a real book. And real libraries own it. To be fair, not a lot of libraries own it, but it is still too funny not to share. Imagine
Fashion Industry Careers Cassiday 1977 Pro Tip: If you are in your forties or fifties and a book shows up in your teen collection that could have been in your high school library, time to do a bit of weeding.
How to Manage Your Paperwork: A Simple and Practical Record Keeping System for Individuals, Homes, and Small Businesses Bradley 1988 Submitter: I like to think I keep the place tightly weeded and was aghast to find this book. The [suburban California] Public
Opportunities in Fashion Dolber 1980 Another career book that will kill me! This is NOT where Tim Gunn says “make it work”. This is where we weed it and get something fashion forward! The age of this book does nothing
You Can Be an Executive Secretary Mayo 1965 Maybe the library that still had this book was keeping it around as a joke, because I can’t for the life of me understand why a public library would still need this