This book's aim is to help readers understand how to choose, plan, and prepare for a career and how to find and land a job in that career.The book guides readers through (1) self-assessment and career choice, (2) development of employability and job readiness, and (3) the job search (e.g., resume writing, interviewing, etc.). Rather than merely reading about career planning, readers actively undergo an individualized career guidance program as they work through the book.Appropriate for anyone interested in career counseling, job search, and career development.Ultimately you want to be sure that your career choice is not inconsistent with your personality traits. For example, if you know that you are an extrovert, and interacting with people is something that is important to you ... Consider the following answers from students to a recruitera#39;s question during employment interviews: I feel that my ... An easy way to begin to assess your traits is to compile an inventory by listing on a sheet of paper as many words as you can think of that describe you.
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1998|