America's Top Jobs for People Without a Four-Year Degree: by J. Michael Farr, Michael Farr

By J. Michael Farr, Michael Farr

Comprises the main up to date details on progress, gains, and tendencies in significant industries, supplying greater than a hundred thorough activity descriptions. specified sections speak about occupation making plans and activity seek concepts. additionally contains an appendix with jobs grouped by way of schooling and coaching required.

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Jobs at small stations usually have low pay, but offer the best opportunities for beginners. ● Related work experience at a campus radio station or as an intern at a commercial station can be helpful in breaking into the occupation. Nature of the Work Announcers in radio and television perform a variety of tasks on and off the air. They announce station program information such as program schedules and station breaks for commercials or public service information, and they introduce and close programs.

Television announcers need a neat, pleasing appearance as well. Knowledge of theater, sports, music, business, politics, and other subjects likely to be covered in broadcasts improves chances for success. Announcers also must be computer-literate because programming is created and edited by computer. In addition, they should be able to ad lib all or part of a show and to work under tight deadlines. The most successful announcers attract a large audience by combining a pleasing personality and voice with an appealing style.

Prospective pilots also may learn to fly by taking lessons from individual FAA-certified flight instructors. Although some small airlines will hire high school graduates, most airlines require at least 2 years of college and prefer to hire college graduates. In fact, most entrants to this occupation have a college degree. Because the number of college educated applicants continues to increase, many employers are making a college degree an educational requirement. Depending on the type of aircraft, new airline pilots start as first officers or flight engineers.

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