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ERIC Number: ED014575
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 74
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Reference Count: 0
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FUTURE JOBS FOR HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS.
HEDGES, JANICE N.
GIRLS MUST PREPARE THEMSELVES FOR BOTH MARRIAGE AND A CAREER. STATISTICS SHOWED THAT A GIRL'S CHANCES OF MARRYING WERE ALMOST 10 OUT OF 10 AND OF BEING ENGAGED IN PAID EMPLOYMENT WERE EIGHT OR NINE OUT OF 10. IN 1966, ABOUT 27 MILLION WOMEN WERE WORKING IN ALL OCCUPATIONS. THIS DOCUMENT EXPLORES OCCUPATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR GIRLS BEYOND HIGH SCHOOL. IT DISCUSSES (1) OBTAINING MORE EDUCATION BY UTILIZING LOW COST ARRANGEMENTS, SCHOLARSHIPS, PART-TIME JOBS, AND LOAN FUNDS, (2) OBTAINING TRAINING AND JOB EXPERIENCE, AND (3) BECOMING A WORKER. SHORT DESCRIPTIONS INCLUDING DUTIES, APTITUDES, EDUCATIONAL OR SPECIAL TRAINING REQUIREMENTS, PLACE OF TRAINING, ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES, LICENSING REQUIREMENTS, AND SPECIAL RELATED LEGISLATION ARE GIVEN FOR 44 SPECIFIC OCCUPATIONS IN THE AREAS -- HEALTH SERVICES, CLERICAL OCCUPATIONS, RETAILING, FOOD SERVICES, FACTORY WORK, TECHNICAL WORK IN ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE, MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES, AND GOVERNMENT CAREERS. A LIST OF PUBLICATIONS GIVING FURTHER OCCUPATIONAL INFORMATION AND A SUGGESTED FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SPECIFIC JOBS ARE INCLUDED. THIS DOCUMENT IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS GPO L13.19--7 FOR 30 CENTS FROM SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS, U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20402. (FP)
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Authoring Institution: Women's Bureau (DOL), Washington, DC.
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