Monday, January 19, 2009

Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors or Economic Development

Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors

Author: Stephen E Lambert

Great Jobs for Criminal Justice Majors helps students explore career options within their field of study. Every aspect of the job-search process is covered, including assessing talents and skills, exploring options, making a smooth transition from college to career, conducting an effective job search, and landing the job. The book is filled with a variety of career choices.

Table of Contents:
Acknowledgments     v
Introduction: Investigate the Opportunities     vii
The Job Search
The Self-Assessment     3
The Resume and Cover Letter     19
Researching Careers and Networking     37
Interviewing and Job Offer Considerations     53
The Career Paths
Criminal Justice: A Degree in Demand     69
Path 1: Law Enforcement: Patrol Your Possibilities     73
Path 2: The Courts: The Case for Great Careers     107
Path 3: Corrections: Lock Up Your Future     147
Path 4: Juvenile Justice: Your Future Is Their Future     171
Path 5: Allied Business: Careers for the Criminal Justice Entrepreneur     195
Index     221

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Economic Development

Author: Michael P Todaro

Economic Development , 10/e is the leading textbook in this field, providing a complete and balanced introduction to the requisite theory, the driving policy issues, and the latest research.

Principles and Concepts: Economics, Institutions, and Development: A Global Perspective; Comparative Economic Development; Classic Theories of Economic Growth and Development; Contemporary Models of Development and Underdevelopment. Problems and Policies: Domestic: Poverty, Inequality, and Development; Population Growth and Economic Development: Causes, Consequences, Controversies; Urbanization and Rural-Urban Migration: Theory and Policy; Human Capital: Education and Health in Economic Development; Agricultural Transformation and Rural Development; The Environment and Development; Development Policymaking and the Roles of Market, State, and Civil Society. Problems and Policies: International and Macro: International Trade Theory and Development Strategy; Balance of Payments, Developing-Country Debt, and Issues in Macroeconomic Stabilization; Foreign Finance, Investment, and Aid: Controversies and Opportunities; Finance and Fiscal Policy for Development; Some Critical Issues for the Twenty-First Century.

For all readers interested in economic development.

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