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Title:
Career transitions : the best resources to help you advance
Author:
Goodenough, David.
Publication Information:
Seattle, Wash. : Resource Pathways, [1999]

©1999
Physical Description:
261 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
General Note:
"A Resource Pathways guidebook."
Language:
English
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ISBN:
9781892148087
Format :
Book

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Central Library Z7164.V6 C37 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Central Closed Stacks-Oversize
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Summary

Millions of adults change jobs every year. Millions more want to Mart new careers but don't know where to turn for knowledge and advice. This new addition to our Higher Education & Careers Series will help build a bridge between those concerned adults and the information they need. Included are nearly 200 reviews of available resources (books, websites, and more), helpfully organized, described, evaluated, and rated. Our recommendation for the best resources to use are divided into chapters on assessing alternative careers, refreshing job-hunting skills, lifestyle and downsizing issues, and other subjects of interest.


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Booklist Review

Another in the publisher's Higher Education and Careers series, with ratings and full-page reviews of 195 resources.


Choice Review

Professionals can no longer expect to work for the same employer, or even in the same career, for their entire working lives. This directory provides sources of information to help deal with job changes whether or not they are self-initiated, identifying 195 books, Web sites, audiotapes, CD-ROMS, and other software. These resources are organized in six broad categories: career exploration and research; career transitions (either for advancement or job loss); using the Internet to find the right job and career; the job search process, including resume writing and salary negotiations; and resources of interest to specific groups of job seekers such as minorities, women, the disabled, PhDs. Each chapter opens with a brief introductory essay followed by full-page reviews of resources. The resources are described and critically reviewed, those rated highest appearing first. The annotations are well written and enlightening. A good starting point for students beginning to look for their first jobs or anyone planning a career change; useful in career collections. C. E. King; Purdue University


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