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Work Talk: Women in Nontraditional Careers
in Their Own Words

NTO: nontraditional occupation

DVD 15 minutes; $95.00
Order #28003; ISBN #978-1-60118-002-5
Resource guide 114 pages, $45.00
Order #28002; ISBN #978-1-877933-95-0
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Fast-paced; highlights dozens of diverse women in a wide variety of careers. What makes a job gratifying and challenging varies from person to person, but it's important to find the right career for you. A great discussion-starter.

From Work Talk: Women in Nontraditional Careers in Their Own Words DVD:
          Copyright © Jocelyn Riley

You spend so much of your life at work. . . . You’ve just go to keep looking and looking until you can find something that you enjoy doing.”
     --
Water Utility Dispatcher

“As a machinist you’re constantly learning and doing different set-ups, different jobs, using different gauging equipment.”
     --
Machinist

“I never found an office job or a profession in an office that felt like more than doing dishes. . . . it just didn’t have the satisfaction of seeing something happen.”
     --
Police Officer

“When I was a kid, I always enjoyed drawing; I could always visualize things;  I enjoyed taking things apart.”
     --
Test and Development Engineer

I’ve tried, you know, secretarial; I’ve done it all.  Did shipping and receiving, printing, and I just thought it would be a good job, good-paying job.  So I thought, what the heck, try it.  And I like it.”
     --
Welder and Forklift Driver

“I think the biggest thing to overcome was lack of confidence.”
     --
Mold-Maker

“Your base salary is going to be higher generally speaking than it’s going to be if you go into any kind of liberal-arts type of field.  And those opportunities continue to grow as you advance in your career.”
     --
Mechanical Engineer

“I enjoy the challenges.”
     --Captain, Wisconsin National Guard and Helicopter Pilot

“You have to be willing to learn along the way.  Obviously, you don’t go into anything, whether it’s career teaching or coaching, knowing everything.”
     --Head Track Coach

114-page Resource Guide -- Contents:

Viewing Notes for Work Talk
DVD Script
Discussion Questions
Resources/Bibliography

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