Learn what a handwriting analyst does and how a person can get into this field.
Hear about the day to day work of a veterinarian and what education is required to work in veterinary medicine.
Find out what a typical day is like for a carpenter. Hear about the qualities and skills required to become a master carpenter. See a preview of the next episode of the show.
Credits: Real Life 101: Forensic Document Examiner / Veterinarian / Carpenter
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Gracey will start us out by introducing us to a person whose spends her time distinguishing between forged and authentic handwriting in her career as a forensic document examiner. And then Shawn will visit an animal clinic where he meets with a veterinarian and learns why she is passionate about her career caring for our family pets. Plus, Gracey will visit a carpenter’s shop and learn why this is a good career in the construction field for people who enjoy building things with their hands.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2013
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