Donald Grove Releases 'The Essential Guide to Getting a Job in the Nuclear Power Industry'
GARDNER, Kan., July 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Author Donald Grove releases his new book: The Essential Guide to Getting a Job in the Nuclear Power Industry, How to Secure Full-Time Employment or Contract Work and is now available through Universal Publishers http://www.universal-publishers.com/book.php?method=ISBN&book=1627340130 Barnes and Noble (online) or Amazon.com. This comprehensive guidebook is overflowing with information and proven strategies to better educate and prepare future nuclear employees for a career in the nuclear industry. Combining their desire with information in this book, they will have a huge advantage over the competition.
Jobs at U.S. nuclear facilities pay 36 percent more than the average salaries in other industries. That's the GOOD news about the nuclear industry.
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About the Author
Mr. Donald L. Grove, Sr., Nuclear Industry Expert (S.M.E.) and owner of Nuclear Recruiters, Inc. http://www.nuclearrecruiters.com/ has over 12 years of unescorted access in the protected areas, experience working in Commercial Nuclear power plants as a contractor as well as a full time in-house employee. Unique industry experience in over 10 PWR(pressurized water reactors), BWR (boiling water reactors) and CANDU Nuclear Power Plants in the US and Canada abroad, training, qualifications, education and solid business relationships to succeed in this competitive market. Grove is currently enrolled at Excelsior College pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering Technology to Master of Business Administration with a Concentration in Leadership.