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Career planners can look in this guide to Occupational Outlook Handbook for opportunities for work and training, including employment forecasting and educational prospects. Personnel managers need to know how to plan for their labor supply and to counsel and guide vocational and executive interests. Organizations, social and behavioral sciences look for job descriptions, salary and benefits information in order to promote organizational effectiveness. Productivity of the labor source changes as industries and occupations grow or decrease. Some careers may grow in number, and may salaries increase as well, due to higher demand. Population changes force organizations and industries to plan manpower conditions. Industries and sectors, goods and services are highlighted along with detailed information about specific occupations.

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