|Other titles||Independent practitioners and other occupations in health services, Health services : independent practitioners & other occupations, Health services : independent practitioners and other occupations, Independent practitioners, Guide to career choices :, Future is yours, Illinois etc, Education-to-Careers :, Education-to-Careers, Next generation education, IETC: Illinois Employment & Training Center, IETC: Illinois Employment and Training Center, Illinois Employment & Training Center, Illinois Employment and Training Center|
|Series||Guides to career choices / Illinois. Dept. of Employment Security, Guides to career choices (Illinois. Dept. of Employment Security)|
|Contributions||Illinois State Board of Education (1973- )|
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|Pagination||1 folded sheet (6 p.) :|
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