Book Reviews of What Color is Your Parachute 1985

What Color is Your Parachute 1985
What Color is Your Parachute 1985
Author: Richard Nelson Bolles
ISBN-13: 9780898151435
ISBN-10: 0898151430
Publication Date: 4/1985
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Publisher: Ten Speed Press
Book Type: Paperback
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This book personally helped me find the career of my dreams! Very helpful. Might not be the most up to date edition, but still very relevant.
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A Practical Manual for job hunters and career changwes
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Still very relevant.
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The classic handbook for anyone looking to get hired soon. Covers a vast array of job-seeking strategies and processes, from examining personal skills, strengths, weaknesses, preferences, situations (moving, changing careers, effective strategies,salary negotiationP and all the "what, where, '& how's"of attaining a job.) Chapter titles include Putting things in Perspective, Job-Hunting, When You Need a New Career, Securing and Conducting an Interview Successfully, and the Pink Pages (Career Counselors, "finding your mission in life", additional books and resources, avoiding depression while job seeking, etc.) This book sets the standard for job hunting, including all the "what to do and what NOT to do". Highly, highly recommended.
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Very helpful book for those looking to get some focus on their career goals.
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Great stuff for job hunters.
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Richard Bolles has put the value of his 30-40 years of successful career counseling into every page. I encourage you not to give up on your dream of doing what you love. Bolles encourages us in every way he can. And gives us the ideas, tools and belief that we really don't have to work just to make a living. He shows us that work CAN make a life worth living.
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The book may be 20+ years old, but the job-hunting advice is still accurate! :)
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A classic career guide, helping people define their mission in life. It's about taking chances, gaining confidence and making changes in your career and life.
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This is the WORKBOOK that goes along with the main book "What Color is Your Parachute." The workbook makes no sense without the main book, so hopefully you already have a copy of the main book.
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The best job hunting and career changing manual on the market.
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This is an incredibly, comprehensive, well-written and fun book to read. Light-hearted and smart.
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Job-hunting classic
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Chosen by the Library of Congree as one of the 25 books that have shaped reader's Lives.
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In my youth (and not-so-youth) this book was valuable to me in figuring out what I actually liked to do, what I was good at. You evaluate when you were most engaged with what you were doing, etc. It does help you to pinpoint what it is you like. In my case, it pointed in a totally different direction than I spent college studying! But it was right. Ain't it the truth!
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For nearly 30 years, "What Color Is Your Parachute?" has been the guiding light for those in pursuit of satisfying and fulfilling employment. This year's edition has been completely revised and rewritten and is designed to work in conjunction with the book's Web site. At the heart of Bolles's formula for finding the right job are two questions: What do you want to do? Where do you want to do it? Answer those and you're well on your way to finding the job you really want. Packed with time-tested advice, "What Color Is Your Parachute?" works as a good companion for those just starting out in the "real world" as well as for those who are thinking seriously about a career change
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