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Careers in forestry. Revised (1964) /

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Series: Miscellaneous publication (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ; no. 249.

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Washington, D.C. :United States Department of Agriculture,1964.

Edition

Slight Rev. March 1964

Subjects

Forests and forestry , Vocational guidance

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.65488

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Title

Careers in forestry. Revised (1964) /

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Series: Miscellaneous publication (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) ; no. 249.

By

United States. Forest Service.

United States. Department of Agriculture.

Genre

Book

Material Type

Published material

Publication info

Washington, D.C. :United States Department of Agriculture,1964.

Edition

Slight Rev. March 1964

Notes:

Cover title.

"Revised August 1955. Slightly revised March 1964."

Contents: Forestry as a profession. pp. 1.

Contents: Character of forestry work. pp. 3.

Contents: Requisites for success. pp. 5.

Contents: The field of work. pp. 6.

Contents: Looking to the future -- Forest Service films available. pp. 22.

This publication deals primarily with careers in technical forestry, the practice of which calls for professional training. Many nonprofessional workers, such as skilled and unskilled laborers, mechanics, lookout men and fire-control aids, accountants, clerks, and stenographers, are employed in public forestry agencies and private forest industries. Although these employees play an important part in forest work, their jobs ordinarily do not call for fundamental training the science of forestry. Information on employment possibilities for nonprofessionals can be obtained from the employing agencies.

Subjects

Forests and forestry , Vocational guidance

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English

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NAL: 1 Ag84M no.249 1964
OCLC: 798821980

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.65488

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