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Perhaps, you or someone you know is in the midst of a career transition because of the recession. At this time, your current career path doesn't hold much promise. You want to know how to use your current experience, expertise, and credentials to secure a job in a related field, but you don't know how or where to start. Maybe, you wonder how you should negotiate your salary. If that describes you or someone you know, the Occupational Handbook may be tool for you. The database is complied by the United States Dept. of Labor, and it contains an indexed listing of most jobs from A - Z. It details the nature of work, training and qualifications, job outlook, earnings, related occupations, and more for each job. Readers can use the earnings section to keep abreast of what entry level to more experienced workers in that field can expect to receive. http://www.bls.gov/oco/ooh_index.htm