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100 Best Careers for the 21st Century ($12.76) - 305 pages 2nd edition (January 2000)
The popular job-seeker's reference returns in a new edition, analyzing labor and economic trend, reviewing essential job skills, and providing one hundred detailed job evaluations.

Making It into a Top College : 10 Steps to Gaining Admission to Selective Colleges and Universities ($12.80) - by Howard Greene, Matthew W. Greene 288 pages (July 25, 2000)
Making It Into a Top College is a comprehensive insider view of the state of college admissions today. Howard and Mathew Greene have mastered the science and art of college admissions. The proven ten-step program they use in private counseling is now available to all students who want to attend an outstanding college or university.

How to Get into the Top Colleges ($20.00) - by Richard Montauk, Krista Klein 640 pages (April 2000)
Focusing on strategic planning for getting into the top schools, the author takes readers step-by-step through the application process, sharing candid observations about the admissions process at many competitive schools and stories from typical applicants who landed in great colleges.

Information Technology Careers - The Hottest Jobs for the New Millennium ($23.99) - by Drew Bird 448 pages Book edition (November 3, 2000)
This easy-to-read book addresses relevant topics like measuring the reader's skills and personality type, choosing the right kind of job within the industry, preparing for the industry's work environment, and learning how to find the ideal job through effective interviewing and resume writing. Includes a robust appendix with listings of employment agencies, major employers, career resources, and additional readings.

100 Great Jobs and How to Get Them ($17.95) - by Richard Fein; 225 pages (July 1999)
Richard Fein is the Director of Placement at the University of Massachusetts (Amherst) School of Management. A career specialist for 18 years, he is widely recognized as a leading authority on developing the core career planning and job search skillswriting effective resumes and cover letters and conducting winning job interviews. He is author of five major career books on these subjects: 101 Dynamite Questions to Ask at Your Job Interview; 101 Quick Tips For a Dynamite Resume; 111 Dynamite Ways

The Harvard Business School Guide to Careers in the Nonprofit Sector ($18.36) - by Stephanie Lowell; 128 pages (January 2000)
Discusses the influence of and the means of becoming involved with nonprofit organizations, covering careers in arts and culture, community economic development, social services, and social purpose business, to name a few. Softcover. DLC: Nonprofit organizations--Vocational guidance -- U.S.

100 Top Internet Job Sites: Get Wired, Get Hired in Today's New Job Market ($12.95) - by Kristina M. Ackley; 131 pages 1st edition (March 15, 2000)
Explores the Internet job search process beyond just listing popular job and resume posting sites. Discusses how to turn the Internet into a career counselor for developing key job search skills, from self-assessment and writing resumes and cover letters to networking, interviewing, and negotiating salary. Softcover. DLC: Job hunting--Computer network resources.

American Immigration: Marriage Visa Package (Do-it-Yourself Immigration Kits) ($69.00) - by American Immigration Center; 62 pages ringbou edition (December 1, 1999)
The Residence Via Marriage to a U.S. Citizen or Perminent Resident Visa Package provides an all of the information, forms and tools necessary in order to obtain a Perminant Residency. This package includes the Self Help book, step-by-step instructions, original Immigration forms, including samples, as well as general Visa updates and Bulletins.

American Immigration : H1B Temporary Worker Visa Package (Do-it-Yourself Immigration Kits) ($65.00) - by American Immigration Center; 79 pages (December 1, 1999)
All of the information, forms and tools necessary in order to obtain a H1B Visa. This package includes the Self Help book, step-by-step instructions, original Immigration forms, including samples, as well as general Visa updates and Bulletins.

American Immigration: Student Visa (Do-it-Yourself Immigration Kits) ($39.00) - by American Immigration Center; 53 pages package edition (December 1, 1999)
All of the information, forms and tools necessary in order to obtain a student Visa. This package includes the Self Help book, step-by-step instructions, original Immigration forms, including samples, as well as general Visa updates and Bulletins.

Immigration Made Simple : An Easy to Read Guide to the U.S. Immigration Process (Immigration Made Simple, 5th Ed) ($15.96) - by Barbara Brooks Kimmel, Alan M. Lubiner; 160 pages 5th edition (March 2000)
In the past two years, sweeping changes in U.S. immigration regulations have affected nearly every visa category, both temporary and permanent, and the number of people entitled to immigrate to the United States has increased by 30 percent. This new edition meets the need for accurate, easy-to-follow guidance through the immigration process, presenting information on all employment categories and types of visas. Instructions for employers; a question-and-answer chapter; sample forms, addresses

U.S. Immigration Made Easy, 7th Ed ( $35.96) - by Laurence A. Canter, et al.; 400 pages 7th edition (February 2000)
Covers every possible way to legally enter and live in the United States. Step-by-step instructions show how to fill out and file all forms, handle INS bureaucracy, obtain a green card, qualify for various types of visas, and more. This new sixth edition covers recent changes to federal laws and policies governing immigration and naturalization. Includes forms.

Getting into Canada : A Guide for Prospective Migrants to Gaining Permanent Residence (Living and Working Abroad) ($22.50) - by Martin Bjarnason; 229 pages 2nd edition (March 2001)
This expert guide has been specially prepared to help prospective immigrants who wish to apply for permanent residence in Canada. It provides independent and authoritative step-by-step advice on presenting and processing applications, together with copies of all the essential documentation. The author is a former Immigration Officer-in-Charge with the Canadian immigration service. This title was previously published as Migrating to Canada.

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