BOOKS: Three of a Kind... Find Your Ideal Career

BOOKS: Three of a Kind... Find Your Ideal Career - What Color is Your Parachute?; RN Bolles; Ten Speed Press pounds 14.99

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

What Color is Your Parachute?; RN Bolles; Ten Speed Press pounds 14.99

The classic job-hunter's bible, first published in 1970, Parachute is updated yearly. The book is packed with exercises and questions to trigger inspiration about what your ideal career might be. Also contains basic job-hunting tips on interviews, CVs and the like.

Best of its kind

The Money or Your Life; John Clark; Century pounds 10.00

A thought-provoking book with numerous case studies and quotes designed to make you question whether you're making the most of your life. If you've ever thought that the 9-to-5 might not be for you but have been too scared to change, this book is an excellent place to start.

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How To Get A Job You'll Love; John Lees; McGraw Hill pounds 12.99

Analytical approach to finding your niche, with cost/benefit analyses of your present job to be done and lots of lists to be made about what would motivate you to leap out of bed in the morning. Practical, but best read when you have time to do the exercises.

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