Choosing a Career
Publisher: eJournal USA 2008
Number of pages: 48
This edition of eJournal USA rambles down the many varied paths that Americans take on their way to find their life's work. Professionals in various fields explain how they got there, and some wrong turns they made along the way. Experts describe how young people can weigh and explore the options before them.
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This wikibook is an attempt to explain the process of finding a job and getting hired for that job. The book will explain such topics as finding a job, writing a resume, applying for a job, performing at an interview, and more.
Whether your goal is to pursue voice over work full time, part time, as a supplemental income, or as a component of your retirement, it's important for you to understand what the field has to offer and where to look for professional opportunities.
by Joanna Penn
This book will take you through understanding the way you feel now as well as how to improve your current situation so you can create enough space to work on breaking out and doing what you truly love. It also contains the career change process ...
by A. P. Carnevale, J. Strohl, M. Melton - Georgetown University
The report finds that different undergraduate majors result in very different earnings. At the low end, median earnings for Counseling Psychology majors are $29,000, while Petroleum Engineering majors see median earnings of $120,000.