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What Color Is Your Parachute? for Teens: Discovering Yourself, Defining Your Future

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In today’s über-competitive climate, you can’t just wing it when you graduate and count on finding a great job (or a great job finding you). It pays to figure out your interests early, so you can decide what additional schooling—and tuition debt—makes sense for your chosen field. In What Color Is Your Parachute? For Teens, career authorities Carol Christen and Richard N. B ...more
Paperback, Second Edition, 192 pages
Published April 6th 2010 by Ten Speed Press (first published 2006)
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Rita
The first half, I think, is pretty useful and interactive for young people who are planning for their future. By the second half, though, it gets to be a little tedious and dry.
Ashley
It was pretty good and kinda helpful. I thought the section on "the people you like most" was the most interesting and I slightly supprised myself with what I answered.
Adeola
Jul 09, 2013 Adeola added it
The book is a great resource. It is very dense, so young people should take their time reading and be very thoughtful and reflective while reading.
Launna
I will pick this up again when our children are a little older to help give them tools in their search for what they want to do in life.
Elizabeth Flowers
This is an excellent workbook for teenagers and young adults who are "finding themselves" on their path to employment.
Becky
it was good :) definitely a must-read for people who aren't sure what do to when it comes to choosing a career
Chris Weaver
Hands-on guide and activities for younger teens seeking to discover direction for their futures.
Ariana
parents had me read this...was quite interesting
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I have to read it for English...
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Another book I'm reading for work....
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