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Excerpt from Vocational Civics: A Study of Occupations as a Background for the Consideration of a Life-Career
The plan and the foundation of the present volume were the result of an experiment in vocational guidance carried on for a period of years by the late Mr. Giles while he was a high school principal. A detailed account of Mr. Giles' method of procedure may be found in Vocational Guidance, U. S. Bureau of Education Bulletin, 1914, No. 14, pp. 52 - 59. Mr. Giles was constantly collecting in formation about vocations which he kept in a series of scrap books. These, together with his outlines and notes, form the nucleus from which this book has grown.
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bound: 288 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (April 19, 2017)
isbn: 1330097084, 978-1330097083,
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