Julie DeGalan & Stephen Lambert. NTC/Contemporary Publishing Group. They only looked at business graduates or computer science majors or economists. They increased the demand for students who had some narrow skills but who did not read widely, who were not comfortable writing, and who had not been schooled in the critical analysis of ideas. A Failure in Priorities.
This book lays out 5 career paths that a business major can choose. While it has a beginning section on resumes, networking, and other things necessary to get the job, that information can be found elsewhere. Therefore I recommend this book only for business majors, not really for anyone further along exploring a broad range of options. One person found this helpful.
Great Jobs books help students and recent college graduates explore the possibilities in their majors and provide: Guidance on how to present a major as a workplace asset during an interview. Stephen Lambert is the director of career services at Plymouth State College in New Hampshire where, in addition to counseling students and developing year-round career workshops, he serves as a representative to the New Hampshire College and University Council's Adviser's Committee. He developed this series with Julie DeGalan, a former administrator and career counselor at Plymouth State College.
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Great Jobs books help students and recent college graduates explore the possibilities i. .Offers advice for matching skills with a career, choosing a location, assessing potential employers, developing a job-hunting strategy, and creating an effective resume. ISBN13: 9780844243573. Release Date: April 1996.
Описание: Standout performance is what it takes to be a top business team. This book examines the inner workings of over 30 business teams, at top-management, business-unit, and functional levels, to offer a fresh vision of the horizontal organization and of the high-performing teams that are the cornerstone of its success.
Answers the question, "What can I do with a major i.". This series helps students explore career options within their field of study. From assessing individual talents and skills to taking the necessary steps to land a job, every aspect of identifying and getting started in a career choice is covered.
Author: Stephen E. Lambert. Great Jobs for Communications Majors (Vgm's Great Jobs Series). Great Jobs for English Majors (Vgm's Great Jobs Series). Great Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors (Great Jobs Series). Great Jobs for History Majors (Great Jobs Series). Great Jobs for Liberal Arts Majors. Great Jobs for Political Science Majors. Great jobs for environmental studies majors. Great jobs for criminal justice majors. Great Jobs for Computer Science.
Series: Great Jobs series.
This series helps students explore career options within their field of study.