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Most people learn how to use computers by trial and error. Sometimes, you learn more by making mistakes than you would otherwise. If family members or friends have a computer, ask them to show you how to play a simple game like Solitaire, and other things that interest you such as e-mail, word processing or searching the Internet. Take it slowly, one step at a time. Find out where introductory computer courses are being offered in your community. Ask at the nearest AEII service centre or local public library, or call the Alberta Career Information Hotline.

1. Which industries are considered goods-producing industries and which ones are service industries? Agriculture, construction, forestry, manufacturing, mining, and oil and gas are goods-producing industries. Many types of goods are manufactured in Alberta, including petroleum and chemical products, and pulp and paper products. Service industries are listed in the chart on the following page. Government of Alberta, Employment, Immigration and Industry | 29 Service Industries accommodation and food services­ a­ dministrative and support services arts, entertainment and recreation­ communications educational services finance, insurance and real estate health care information services personal services professional, scientific and technical services repair and maintenance services­ retail trade social services transportation and warehousing waste management and remediation services Examples of workplaces that provide services hotels, restaurants, cafeterias, resorts, bed and breakfast accommodations travel, pest control, landscaping, investigative services artistic and athletic organizations, leisure facilities publishing, movies, broadcasting, public relations, advertising­ public and private schools, post-secondary institutions, driving schools, tutoring services­ banks, financial management services, property management firms hospitals, long-term care facilities, physiotherapy services, medical laboratory services libraries, archives, information processing firms funeral, pet care, photo-finishing, personal history services­ accounting, architectural, engineering, legal, services information technology services­ automotive, appliance, furniture, musical instrument repair services retail stores, e-commerce, direct distributors­ childcare, eldercare, emergency shelter, relief services­ trucking, air transport, rail transport, courier services garbage collection, recycling, site clean-up services­ services 2.

When he heard that a social service agency was having problems, he started asking questions. He realized that the agency really needed someone on staff to recruit, train and coordinate volunteers. He approached the agency and was hired on a trial basis. Ed did such as good job as a volunteer co-ordinator that the agency created a permanent position for him. All photos in this booklet are for illustrative purposes only. They are not actual photos of any individuals mentioned. Government of Alberta, Employment, Immigration and Industry | 33 You Can Learn New Skills Jobs that do not require some type of formal credential are getting harder and harder to find.

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