2 edition of Choosing your career. found in the catalog.
Choosing your career.
Joseph Anthony Humphreys
|Series||Life adjustment booklet|
|LC Classifications||HF5381 .H85 1949|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||49002623|
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Make a career plan. As with most things, your career will benefit if you have goals and a plan accordingly. Maybe you think you want to be a writer, but the next step after that, is editing. (Do. Get this from a library! Choosing your career: the Christian's decision manual. [Martin E Clark] -- Offers young Christians advice on how to pick the best career, with practical exercises and relevant Scriptural principles to help them realize God's plan for them.
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has been the job-hunting classic for decades Bolles always goes beyond the routine, including things like useful Internet sites and how to select a career counselor.
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