March 2-8, 2001
Back Issues
Nighthawks at the University -- photo

Film festival reveals 2001 theme: 'Masquerades'
Career guide online

Budget standoff forces hiring, spending, building freezes
Kuwait conference reviews history, aftermath
Magnet therapy shows limited pain relief

Panel considers fate of the individual in the face of technological media

U.Va. at night: a blend of tranquility and trauma
Class of 2001 hosts first reception honoring staff
In Memoriam
Hot Links — University Press of Virginia
Bookmark March 21-25
Women's health festival to focus on prevention
U.Va. conference to give voice to music silenced by Hitler

Career guide online

Students, parents, guidance counselors and anyone wanting to learn more about career outlooks in occupations throughout Virginia can find a trove of useful information on the World Wide Web from U.Va.'s Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.

From accountants and auto mechanics, to engineers and musicians, to park rangers and welders, the center's online "Guide to Career Prospects in Virginia" offers a full range of up-to-date background material and projections on dozens of occupations. Created by Cooper Center demographer Julia H. Martin and research associate Achsah H. Carrier, it is located at www.ccps.

Each career is described in a detailed analysis that tells required educational levels, school subjects to take, special skills needed, working conditions, expected earnings levels and the job outlook for it in Virginia.


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