WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE? by

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE?

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is a different type of vocational book and should prove a useful and frequently consulted volume on the school vocational shelves. The author takes various fields of professions, service and activity, and analyzes them from the point of view of opportunities, allied work, fitness, training, costs of schooling, probable opportunity, both financial and practical. He approaches the subject from the High School angle, advises boys how to make use of the school work, what to stress, how to test themselves out by summer experiences, etc. Includes a wide range, from engineering, aviation, medicine, law, radio, writing, exploring, agriculture, government, teaching, forestry, and so on down to various fields of business.

Pub Date: Oct. 31st, 1939
Publisher: Holt