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Career Books

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150 Best Jobs for Your Skills - Laurence Shatkin
Call Number: HF 5382.5 .U5 F3634 2012
ISBN: 9781593578985
Publication Date: 2012-02-01
Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., is one of America's leading occupational experts and appears regularly on national news programs and in major print publications to share his expertise about trends in the world of work. He is a Senior Product Developer at JIST Publishing, has 30 years of experience in the career information field, and is an award-winning career information systems developer.

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50 Best Jobs for Your Personality - Laurence Shatkin
Call Number: HF 5381.15 .F3618 2012
ISBN: 9781593579104
Publication Date: 2012-01-01
Research has proven that people who connect their personality type to their career tend to have the most satisfaction and success. With this best-selling book's help, readers will identify their personality type and learn about the 50 best jobs that relate to it. In Part I readers will discover how personality types relate to careers. In Part II they'll take a self-assessment for determining their personality type: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, or Conventional. In Part III readers are able to browse the best jobs lists which include the 50 best jobs overall for each personality type. Other lists for each personality type include the best paying jobs, the jobs with the highest projected growth, best jobs based on education level and best jobs for the self-employed, more than 150 best jobs lists in all. In Part IV, readers will find a gold mine of facts about the 50 best jobs for each of the six personality types, 300 job descriptions in total. This edition offers the most current labor market information, career clusters and pathways for each job, and new best urban and rural jobs lists. New bonus lists by personality type include: "Best Jobs for Introverts and Extroverts"; "Best Jobs for Persistent People"; "Best Jobs for Flexible People"; "Best Jobs for Detail-Oriented People"; "Best Jobs for Innovators"; "Best Jobs for Analytical Thinkers"; and "Best Jobs Not Behind a Desk".

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Advice from the Top what minority women say about their career success - Valencia Campbell
Call Number: HD 6054.3 .C36 2009
ISBN: 9780313358586
Publication Date: 2009-05-30
Minority women who have made it to the top offer tips and advice to others who wonder what it takes to succeed in careers in both the for-profit and nonprofit worlds.

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Becoming a Manager : how new managers master the challenges of leadership - Linda A. Hill
Call Number: HF 5384 .H55 2003
ISBN: 1591391822
Publication Date: 2003-06-01
New managers must learn how to lead others rather than do the work themselves, to win trust and respect, to motivate, and to strike the right balance between delegation and control. It is a transition many fail to make. This book traces the experiences of nineteen new managers over the course of their first year in a managerial capacity. Reveals the complexity of the transition and analyzes the expectations of the managers, their subordinates, and their superiors. New managers describe how they reframed their understanding of their roles and responsibilities, how they learned to build effective work relationships, how and when they used individual and organizational resources, and how they learned to cope with the inevitable stresses of the transformation. They describe what it was like to take on a new identity. Two themes emerge: first the transition from individual contributor to manager is a profound psychological adjustment--a transformation; second, the process of becoming a manager is primarily one of learning from experience. Through trial and error, observation and interpretation, the new managers learned what it took to become effective business leaders.

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Best Jobs for the 21st Century - Laurence Shatkin
Call Number: HF 5381.15 .F37 2012
ISBN: 9781593579005
Publication Date: 2011-12-01
Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., is one of America's leading occupational experts and appears regularly on national news programs and in major print publications to share his expertise about trends in the world of work. He is a Senior Product Developer at JIST Publishing, has 30 years of experience in the career information field, and is an award-winning career information systems developer.

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Broken Ladders : managerial careers in the new economy - Paul Osterman (Editor)
Call Number: HD 38.2 .B74 1996
ISBN: 0195093534
Publication Date: 1996-09-05
Broken Ladders: Managerial Careers in the New Economy provides the first comprehensive view of how the careers of managers in organizations are changing. Broken Ladders reports on the employment security, advancement prospects, skills, and wages of managers in a wide range of firms and industries. These cases show that one myth--that the number of managers is declining--is wrong. But the job tenure of middle managers is more precarious. They can no longer expect steady promotions up the ladder, nor can they expect life-time employment with the same firm. New organizational designs demand new skills from managers and Broken Ladders describes what these are. On another front, managerial pay has not declined at the same rate as other workers. However, the pay gap between senior and middle managers has widened. Given job insecurity and growing pay inequality firms confront a difficult dilemma: how to maintain the commitment of their managers at the same time that the employers are reducing their commitment to their employees. Broken Ladders will be of interest to scholars and students in the fields of human resources, labor economics, career development, and organizational behavior. It will also be important reading for managers and strategic planners who have to take account of the changing nature of employment.

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Career Barriers - Manuel London
Call Number: HF 5381 .L6558 1998
ISBN: 0805825797
Publication Date: 1997-09-01
This volume's goal is to help readers understand how people react to career barriers and how people develop constructive ways of coping with them. Drawing on original cases and data from interviews with people who faced different types of career barriers, the author describes how people react to, and make sense of, unfortunate events in their lives - and career barriers when they occur. He considers how and why some people cope constructively while others don't, and explores how resilience and support from others help get us through tough times and emerge with a sense of renewal and career growth. He suggests how we can manage career barriers and prepare for - or even prevent - career barriers through foresight, planning and education. These methods also suggest what managers and organizations should do to help their employees who are or may soon be facing career barriers.

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Career Crossover : leaving the marketplace for ministry - Tom R. Harper
Call Number: BV 664 .H375 2007
ISBN: 9780805444414
Publication Date: 2007-05-01
A growing number of working people are leaving their marketplace jobs today for vocational ministry. In this book, anyone considering such a move will find answers to their questions such as Is God calling me into ministry? and How do I know if it's really his voice, and how do I respond? Career Crossover studies hundreds of modern Christians who have made this change, providing encouragement and lessons learned from their journeys out of the secular workforce. This book also includes advice and reflections from an interview with best-selling author Bob Buford (Halftime) and approximately 15 to 20 graphic helps. It will serve as a practical instruction manual and handbook for anyone investigating a second career in ministry.

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Career Development and Transition Services : a functional life skills approach - Donn E. Brolin; Robert J. Loyd
Call Number: LC 4019.7 .K64 2004
ISBN: 0130485063
Publication Date: 2003-10-10
The long-awaited revision of this classic book again offers a thorough, sensitive overview of the concepts and applications of transition education. Coverage takes a whole-life approach to meeting the functional/ transitional needs of students and adults for whom a career-oriented educational environment is optimal, including those who could benefit from community college programs. Based on the widely-used Life-Centered Career Education (LCCE) program, this book provides teaching strategies that focus on twenty-two major competency areas embracing daily living, personal/social, and occupational skills. Complete with a step-by-step program for implementing a school curriculum that teaches career and life skills, this is the book that defined the transition course in Special Education. For special education teachers.


Career Books

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Career Warfare : 10 rules for building a successful personal brand and fighting to keep it - David F. D'Alessandro; Michelle Owens
Call Number: HF 5386 .D35 2004
ISBN: 0071417583
Publication Date: 2003-11-24
Tells the story of how the author learned the unwritten rules of corporate ladder climbing.

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How Women Can Make It Work: the science of success - Eden King; Jennifer L. Knight
Call Number: HF 5382.6 .K55 2011
ISBN: 9780313393099
Publication Date: 2011-05-01
Condensing and interpreting an enormous body of social science research, this book helps young women survive and thrive in their careers. * Covers invaluable topics for female employees including choosing a career, getting the job, interpersonal relationships at work, communication, advancing in the job, and addressing work-family issues * Mixes empirical research findings with personal stories and pop culture references to make the material engaging and meaningful

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Managing Yourself for the Career You Want - Jim Biolos; Harvard Business School Press Staff (Compiled by)
Call Number: HD 38 .R414 2004
ISBN: 1591393469
Publication Date: 2004-06-11
Including helpful strategies for finding mentors and networking, boosting personal emotional intelligence, and evaluating future job prospects, managers find actionable advice for getting and staying on a rewarding career track. This book includes fast and actionable tools and strategies for improving critical management skills.

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Million Dollar Habits: Proven Power Practices to Double and Triple Your Income - Brian Tracy
Call Number: HF 5438.25 .T7133 2004
ISBN: 9781932156706
Publication Date: 2004-03-23
Change Your Habits...Change Your Life! Are you willing to alter the course of your life to accomplish your deepest desires? Brian Tracy and his proven methods will help you achieve the business and personal success you've always dreamed about! You are where you are today because 95% of what you think, feel and do is determined by your habits. New, positive habits can be learned. By altering your habits and replacing worn-out, ineffective practices with optimal behaviors, you'll notice dramatic, immediate benefits to your business and bottom line. You'll fine your results, your income, yourself changing for the better! Learn time-tested ways to: Take control of your destiny Make better choices Move beyond your comfort zone Plan for your financial independence Overcome procrastination Achieve your life ambitions Revitalize relationships Live with energy and integrity

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Nonstop Networking: how to improve your life, luck, and career - Andrea Nierenberg
Call Number: HD 69 .S8 N54 2002
ISBN: 1892123924
Publication Date: 2002-09-16
Does the word "networking" make you cringe? Maybe that is why many shy away from the very skill that can help them personally and professionally. In Nonstop Networking author and personal marketing consultant, Andrea Nierenberg, reveals unique and easy-to-use strategies for linking-up with people in order to achieve mutual personal and professional goals. Based on five simple steps, Andrea s system is different from other networking techniques in that it focuses on comfortable and familiar techniques for building relationships and not on handing out business cards and asking for referrals. Readers will discover positive ways to network anywhere, any time and the secret of how to build relationships that will improve their life, luck, and career. Learn twelve techniques to use when approaching a room full of strangers, master eight sure-fire communications skills, discover the types of people you need in your network (and that may already be a part of your circle of contacts.) Are you shy or introverted? Learn networking techniques that capitalize on your natural abilities. Are you anxious about keeping track of all your contacts? Andrea presents an elegantly simple system for organizing and staying in touch with everyone in your network. Easy to read with many examples of personal success stories throughout, Nonstop Networking is a must have for recent graduates, job seekers, career changers, consultants, entrepreneurs, or anyone with a personal or professional goal to achieve.REVIEWS Andrea Nierenberg, author of Nonstop Networking: How to Improve Your Life, Luck and Career, offers these tips to revelers: * Keep your shirt on. It's OK to loosen a tie or kick off heels. But skin-tight and skin-baring fashions are no-nos for women. Guys, keep everything buttoned and zipped. * Limit libations. Nothing spells a bad review like a-l-c-o-h-o-l. * Ho, ho, ho, it's almost review time. Make sure you say hello to your boss, his/her boss (who approves your raise) and colleagues you haven't seen for a while. * Bring your significant other if possible. It's the No. 1 way to stay out of trouble. * Opt for early retirement. Leave while the night is young.Molly Woulfe, Northwest Indiana Times, 2004/12"Why waste time on the road? Build business relationships while waiting at the airport, on the plane, or at hotel check-in, suggests Andrea Nierenberg, author of 'Nonstop Networking.' "Successful Meetings, Successful Meetings, 2005/01/01"Networking to find a job is increasingly hard work, so it is easy to understand the appeal of landing a job interview while standing in line for a movie or over a steam table at lunch time. But for Andrea R. Nierenberg, president of the Nierenberg Group, a Manhattan marketing consultancy, taking advantage of any chance meeting is a form of networking. Networking is a state of mind, said Ms. Nierenberg, author of Nonstop Networking: How to Improve Your Life, Luck and Career and the forthcoming Million Dollar Networking. "Coeli Carr, The New York Times, 2005/03/13"You've got the social aspect of networking figured out. You've got functions on the calendar, business cards in hand and referrals to make. But at some point, you need to organize your contacts to make the most of your efforts, says Andrea Nierenberg, author of Nonstop Networking. "The Courier Post (Camden, NJ), The Courier Post (Camden, NJ), 2005/04/21"Networking is simply an overused and poorly understood term for exercising good people skills and building good relationships. It isn't something to be whipped out when you need a favor. It's like flossing your teeth, says Andrea Nierenberg, a New York business-development consultant and author of Nonstop Networking.' You can't do it once and expect it to work. You have to do it consistently to get results. "Perri Capell, The Wall Street Journal s College Journal, 2005/05"

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The Community College Career Track: how to achieve the American dream without a mountain of debt - Thomas Snyder
Call Number: LB 2328 .S61 2012
ISBN: 9781118271698
Publication Date: 2012-09-25
<b>Get a good education without massive debt, and enter a field that′s actually hiring</b> <p>In coming years, millions of great jobs will be opening up in growth areas like advanced manufacturing, biotechnology, health care, information technology, and sustainable energy. These jobs can pay as well as, or much better than, the average income for four-year college graduates. They generally offer high levels of day-to-day satisfaction. And the path to all of them begins in the community colleges. In <i>The Community College Career Track</i>, Tom Snyder gives young people and their parents, as well as mid-life career changers, a practical, inspiring guide to taking that path and completing it successfully.</p> <p>The old model of a bachelor′s degree leading to a good job and career has broken down for large numbers of young people, many of whom graduate college only to work in a career that doesn′t require a degree. Meanwhile, millions of productive American white collar and blue-collar workers have been laid off and need retraining for second careers. This book helps you find a new way forward.</p> <ul> <li>Offers insights on how to save money over a lifetime through an affordable college education that provides high-paying jobs</li> <li>Author Tom Snyder is the president of Ivy Tech Community College, Indiana′s statewide community college system and the largest singly accredited community college system in the country</li> </ul> <p>Author Tom Snyder has confronted the education-jobs mismatch from both sides, first as a highly successful business executive and now as an award-winning educator. Follow his efficient, affordable, and rewarding path to a great career and a satisfying life.</p>

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The Executive Job Search: a comprehensive handbook for seasoned professionals - Orrin G. Wood
Call Number: HF 5384 .W66 2003
ISBN: 0071409424
Publication Date: 2003-04-11
The indispensable guide for executives in search of a soft landing The groups hardest hit by the most recent wave of downsizings have been upper and middle management. People with 10 or more years on the job, much or all of it spent at one company, are particularly unprepared for the rigors of today's job market. The Executive Job Search shows these professionals how to take charge of their searches and land the jobs of their dreams. Career expert Orrin Wood shows job seekers how to: Determine their job goals so they can conduct a highly focused search Improve their attractiveness to potential employers Optimize their interviewing skills Mine the contacts they've built up over the years for an effective networking campaign Explore alternative career options and plan for the future Readers will also find a gold mine of checklists, and sample forms and documents, including sample resumes, cover letters, interview scripts, and more.

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Working Identity : unconventional strategies for reinventing your career - Herminia Ibarra
Call Number: HF 5384 .I23 2003
ISBN: 1578517788
Publication Date: 2002-12-03
Outlines an active process of career reinvention that leverages three ways of working identity. The author explores ways that hopeful career changers of any background can: explore possible selves; craft and execute 'identity experiments'; create 'small wins' that keep momentum going; and survive the rocky period between career identities.

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Working in Your Major: how to find a job when you graduate - Mary E. Ghilani
Call Number: HF 5382.7 .G45 2012
ISBN: 9781440803116
Publication Date: 2012-07-01
This guidebook contains what every college graduate needs to know to find a good job in their major, and it provides sound advice on establishing a professional identity, surviving the critical first year on the job, and ensuring marketability in the future.


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