Career preparation and exam study guides circulate well in public libraries, and this one will be no exception. It provides sample application forms and sample tests to help prospective employees apply for civil service jobs. This guide brings modern technology into job searching, discussing how to use the World Wide Web to find job information. Though it is extensive in scope, describing how to find jobs within federal, state, and local government, it does not offer specifics for many jobs, profiling only four of the most popular entry-level positions: postal worker, law enforcement officer, administrative assistant, and firefighter. However, the publisher also offers individual titles on jobs in select states (e.g., Texas Firefighter) that provide specific information not generally available in guides of this sort. For most public libraries.Terry A. Christner, Hutchinson P.L., Kan.