120 Jobs That Won't Chain You to Your Desk by Princeton Review
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Do you dread the thought of wearing a suit and sitting in front of a computer screen all day? 120 Jobs That Won't Chain You to Your Desk highlights those dream jobs that won't leave you with desk-job slouch at the end of the day. Each job profile in the book includes quotes from people in the field as well as practical advice on launching a career. Some of the jobs profiled require college (and even an advanced degree), some require professional school, and some others simply require a very strong individual will. Many of these professions are tempting but might seem out of reach, since the path is not as direct (or well-traveled) as, say, that for an aspiring attorney or an accountant.

Each job profile includes the following subjects:

-A (Relatively Typical) Day in the Life
-Extreme Days
-Preparing for Success
-Getting Your Foot in the Door
-Biggest Challenges
-Best Perks
 

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Published April 3, 2007 by Princeton Review. 320 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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