Cool Careers For Dummies
About this book
Every year, thousands of people change careers. Whether you are a recently graduated student looking to put what you studied to good use or an experienced professional looking for a change in routine, finding a career that really suits you can be a daunting task."Cool Careers for Dummies" helps you discover what you really want out of life, what your passions are, and how well you perform in different environments, and then shows you how to use this information to find a career that suits you. Now revised and up-to-date, this easy-to-use guidebook helps you explore your job options and make clear-minded decisions. This new edition gives you the tools you need to: Search for and find a career that fits your talentsLand the job you wantTrain for your new found careerMold your resume into a masterpiecePut on a stunning interviewImprove your career by making the most out of your jobExplore the fun and profit of self-employmentAlong with these features, "Cool Careers for Dummies" provides a self-assessment section to help you identify your interests. After answering a few questions about yourself, you'll apply your answers to the Cool Careers Yellow Pages, which profiles more than 500 great careers. It also lets you in on some unwritten codes of the office, such as having integrity, defusing saboteurs, and maintaining office relationships. So what are you waiting for? Get "Cool Careers for Dummies" and find the job of your dreams today!
This book is really helpful :)
If looking solely at the career advice, I would give this book a 3-star rating. However, the author kept inserting his opinions into the book. For a non-fiction book about careers, I really don't care what the author thinks about religion and homeland security. The kicker was when he and his wife wrote "top ten careers musts for women" and the same for men. In addition to reading (in the women's section) about "flirting to advantage", I then read the men's section and learned that "The unvarnished truth is that in today's typical workplace, men must usually accommodate to women's ways, not vice versa."