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eBook Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry (World of Work) ePub

by Nancy Stair

  • ISBN: 082393568X
  • Category: Education and Reference
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Nancy Stair
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rosen Pub Group; 1st edition (September 1, 2001)
  • ePub book: 1438 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1854 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 411

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Preparing for a career in the funeral industry. The world of work, World of work (New York, .

Choosing a career in mortuary science and the funeral industry. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. To read from Jennie wilson. Are you sure you want to remove Choosing a career in mortuary science and the funeral industry from your list? Choosing a career in mortuary science and the funeral industry. 1st ed. by Nancy L. Stair. Published 2002 by Rosen in New York. Preparing for a career in the funeral industry. The future of the funeral industry. Includes bibliographical references (p. 62) and index.

Explores career opportunities for those interested in becoming a funeral director, embalmer, coroner, medical examiner, or. .References to this work on external resources. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found

Explores career opportunities for those interested in becoming a funeral director, embalmer, coroner, medical examiner, or pathologist. Recently added by. Spoto-Media, RSMC, cayenne17. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

this book gives me a realy good explenation of what a life a funeral home does and the life styal.

Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry (World of Work). 082393568X (ISBN13: 9780823935680). Aug 28, 2015 Megan Hex rated it it was ok. Shelves: death, no-men-2015. Short quick overview of mortuary professions. this book gives me a realy good explenation of what a life a funeral home does and the life styal.

Explores career opportunities for those interested in becoming a funeral director, embalmer, coroner, medical examiner, or pathologist. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780823935680. Release Date:January 2005.

Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry; Nancy Stair. Tricia Chaves began her writing career after working in advertising and promotions for entertainment publisher "The New Times. ABFSE: Information About the Funeral Service Profession. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Funeral Directors. In 2005, she earned her real-estate salesperson license from the state of Ohio and certification for leasing and property management from the Northeast Ohio Apartment Association.

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Stair, choosing a career in mortuary science and the funeral industry 6) As the . working as an apprentice in a mortuary where he finds himself able to find.

But what happens when we die? where do we go? what happens to our bodies? Thats where a mortician comes in. A mortician or undertaker, are both artists and scientists. gov/)About 6 colleges and universities offer programs that culminate in a bachelor’s degree. working as an apprentice in a mortuary where he finds himself able to find some kind of comfort.

Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry (World of Work): ISBN 9780823935680 .

Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry (World of Work): ISBN 9780823935680 (978-0-8239-3568-0) Rosen Pub Group, 2001. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Nancy Stair at LibraryThing.

Stair, choosing a career in mortuary science and the funeral industry 6) As the paragraph above states: we all die . A mortician or undertaker, are both artists and scientists

But what happens when we die? where do we go? what happens to our bodies? Thats where a mortician comes in. The career of the funeral director is a combination of jobs and is never boring. The funeral service professional must have a scientific education to handle dead bodies, artistic talent to improve their appearances, and care-giving skills to help survivors.

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Explores career opportunities for those interested in becoming a funeral director, embalmer, coroner, medical examiner, or pathologist.

Comments

Malaris Malaris
Good book for students who want to know more about the careers available to them. Touches not just on Mortuary Science.
Arar Arar
i thought this book would be well worth the 30 dollars I paid. When I opened it up it was like I was reading a book for students in the 8th grade and not worth the amount of money I spent.
It's so easy It's so easy
Nancy L. Stair, Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry (Rosen, 2001)

I'm having a problem figuring this book out. I judge the reading level at junior high, which is about where Amazon puts it (listed as "ages 9-12,") but really, doesn't the subject matter seem, well, wrong to you? I'm all for telling kids about the funeral industry, but doesn't it seem like something they'd be more interested in post-puberty, when they get introduced to goth? (Seriously, on one goth/noise mailing list at which I lurked for about nine months, the number of people in school for various funeral industry jobs was staggering.)

Well, one way or the other, Choosing a Career in Mortuary Science and the Funeral Industry is an interesting overview. It's somewhat broader than its title would suggest, also covering some things that go on outside the morgue and the funeral home (e.g., CSI-style forensic science careers), and in a book this short, it's trying to cover one or two too many topics for it to get into anything resembling detail; this is a seriously surface-level overview. It may, however, point kids who are interested in such things into more directed reading, which is never a bad thing.

Still, I'd have liked to see at least a little more detail, especially of the statistical kind. Telling people that the number of jobs available in the industry is supposed to steadily climb at least until 2008 doesn't really count for much if you don't give some numbers as to what's already out there. All well and good if there are positions sitting open now, but if you've got ten graduates for every job...

Worth checking out, but as a primer for those who want to go on to deeper reading in the subject. ** ½