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Beyond the “Brief” I Projections by State n addition to this issue of the OOQ, other BLS publications have information about the 2008–18 projections and about careers. The projections in BLS publications are national in The 2010–11 edition of Occupational Outlook scope. But job prospects vary from one geographic area Handbook contains detailed information about occupa- to another. For State-specific employment informa- tions’ job tasks, training and skill requirements, earn- tion, including projections and other resources, visit ings, and job outlook. It also lists sources of additional America’s Career InfoNet at www.acinet.org. Click information for each occupation. on the “State Information” link; for projections, choose The winter 2009–10 issue of the OOQ includes “State Profile,” and select the State for which you seek charts that show detailed projections of occupations,
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