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release date: Sep 23, 2010
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Growing Money: A Complete Investing Guide for Kids
Never before has there been a time when the economy has been so much a part of our daily lives. TodayÕs young investors want to know the basics of financeÑespecially how to make money grow. This complete guide explains in kid-friendly terms all about savings accounts, bonds, stocks, and even mutual funds!
release date: Nov 12, 2001
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Growing Money: A Complete (and Completely Updated!) Investing Guide for Kids
This newly updated edition of Growing Money answers every question a budding investor might ask: How do you read stock pages? What's the difference between stocks and bonds? Why do stocks go up and down? How can I keep track of investments? Can kids invest?

There has never been a time when the world of finance has been so much a part of kids' daily lives. Today's kids want to know everything about money-especially how to make it grow. This completely updated guide explains savings accounts, bonds, stocks, and even mutual funds! Included are fun quizzes to reveal a young investor's risk tolerance, stories of success and failure, a behind-the-scenes look at the New York Stock Exchange, and best of all, an imaginary fund of dollars to invest, along with suggestions for selecting companies compatible with kids' values. New to this edition are chapters on financial responsibility, true-life tales of other kid investors, and step-by-step instructions of just how to buy stocks. Tell your parents-investing isn't only for grown-ups anymore!
release date: Aug 01, 2005
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Career Ideas for Teens in Architecture and Construction
Construction and architecture form one of the largest industries in the United States. From planning, drafting, and building to maintenance and operations, this field offers a broad range of exciting, hands-on careers. The careers profiled include: Architect; Brick mason; Carpenter; Civil engineer; Demolition engineer; Electrician; Estimator; General contractor; Interior designer; Landscape architect; Preservationist; and Urban planner.
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release date: Jan 01, 2005
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Career Ideas for Teens in Information Technology
Millions rely on computers at work and at home, and email is a convenience that many take for granted. Information technology professionals develop, create, maintain, and operate computer-related technologies. In this book, the careers profiled include: Bioinformation; Computer animator; Computer game designer; Desktop publisher; and more.
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release date: Jul 01, 2005
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Career Ideas for Teens in Education & Training
People of all ages require education and training - from students in kindergarten to adults pursuing professional education. With a large portion of education employees nearing retirement, the field should experience a significant number of openings in the years to come. The careers profiled include: Audiologist; College professor; and more.
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release date: Jun 01, 2005
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Career Ideas for Teens in Health Science
By 2030, more than 70 million Americans will be over the age of 65. With the aging population's demand for health services and the development of new medical technologies, opportunities for health professionals are excellent and will expand rapidly in the years to come. The careers profiled include: Art therapist; Biochemist; Chiropractor; Cytotechnologist; Dietician; Epidemiologist; Home health aide; Massage therapist; Microbiologist; Mortician; Pharmacist; and Physician assistant.
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release date: Oct 01, 2006
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Career Ideas for Teens in Law and Public Safety
A teen guide to a career in law and public safety - from providing legal services and security to law enforcement and corrections, law and public safety professionals ensure safety and order in society. This book profiles 35 jobs in this field, including Bailiff; Lawyer; Coroner; Police officer; Fire investigator; Correctional officer; and more.
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release date: Feb 01, 2009
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FBI Agent (Virtual Apprentice (Paperback))
Introduces readers to a career in law enforcement. This book helps readers get a you-are-there feel for a career as an FBI agent.
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release date: Jun 01, 2005
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Career Ideas for Teens in the Arts and Communications
Whether you have the urge to write, perform, design, or otherwise create and communicate, opportunities are limitless in the arts and communications. "Career Ideas for Teens in the Arts and Communications" profiles numerous opportunities in this field. The careers profiled include: Actor, Animator, Choreographer, Development director, Editor, Film director, Journalist, Lobbyist, Photographer, Scriptwriter, Technical writer, and Webmaster.
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release date: Jun 01, 2005
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Career Ideas for Teens in Manufacturing
From engineering to design, assembly to quality assurance, manufacturing holds a broad range of challenging and rewarding careers. Chemical, vehicle, electronics, and avionics manufacturing are just a few specializations in this broad industry. Careers profiled include: Avionics technician; Chemical engineer; Computer hardware engineer; Foundry worker; Industrial designer; Labor relations manager; Mechanical drafter; Pattern and model maker; Production manager; Purchasing agent; Quality control technician; and Welder.
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