Review of the Occupational Outlook Handbook

by Jimmie Lanley on October 15, 2009

sprite reading OOH

Sprite reading the OOH

The Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH) is a publication of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Are you wondering how a boring statistical book made it into a blog post? Keep reading.

The OOH is not boring, and it’s very helpful for middle school and high school homeschool students and their parents. My daughter is only ten but I’ve already bought a copy (from Amazon for $10) for our home library. Actually, you can access the OOH without spending a dime. For younger children, visit this version.

Read the entire article at The Curriculum Choice.

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