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The Complete Idiot's Guide to Discovering Your Perfect Career (2005)

by Rene Carew

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When it comes to changing careers, some people are motivated by what they dislike about their current jobs, and wind up with new jobs only to find different, new dislikes once they ve settled in. Other people don t even consider the jobs they might most enjoy because of preconceived notions about the line of work they "should" be in. Let s face it; finding the perfect career isn t easy. But it is achievable.The Complete Idiot s Guide to Discovering Your Perfect Career offers readers the chance to trade in their current, less-than-satisfying jobs for the fulfilling careers they were meant to have. Through a process of self-assessing personality, temperament, talents, values, interests, and goals, readers will be guided to those careers best suited to them. Once they identify their career profiles, readers are directed toward specific types of careers that match their profiles.… (more)

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