Complete job finder’s guide for the 90’s : marketing yourself in the new job market McDonald 1993 Submitter: I found this at a local college’s career collection. We all loved some of the totally inappropriate questions you might be asked
Law Enforcement Employment Guide Stern 1989 Submitter: This book was found in a medium-large academic library. It’s obviously a very dated choice for today – see the salary range and the utter lack of email addresses and web sites. I’ll
Your Future as a Dental Hygienist Paige 1969 Submitter: I found this golden oldie in the careers section of my local public library. I love the look of those old uniforms and Section 8 at the end of the book.
I Can Be a Model Greene 1985 Submitter: Here is a book from the children’s section with very dated pictures. I just love the sad clown one and I bet Mary will too. Relive 1985 all over again with this
Your Career If You’re Not Going to College Splaver 1963 Submitter: I found this 1963 book sitting in the teen career section of my local public library. Some of the careers listed in the book are almost nonexistent today. I can’t
The Woman’s Dress for Success Book Molloy 1977 Submitter #1: I am submitting a fun little book from the late 1970’s that advises women on how to dress for success in the workplace and the bedroom. By fun I actually
Career Guide Handbook Including a directory of personnel consultants National Association of Personnel Consultants 1987 This book is still in a public library collection as of this writing. This manual is mostly a listing of personnel consultants by state, and
Butcher Baker, Cabinetmaker: Photogrpahs of Women at Work Saul and Heyman 1978 Submitter: See all the jobs a woman can have. Not only is it way out of date, but it’s way too young and embarrassing. Holly: The text does seem to