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Teens and the Job Game: Prepare Today - Win It Tomorrow
by Bev Slomka   

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Copyright:  Apr 25, 2007 ISBN-13:  9780595448715

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Teens and the Job Game is a job preparation handbook for teens that focuses on the need for teens to begin developing their "whole person" for the world of work.

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"Teens and the Job Game" is not your usual job hunting book. While it does include sample resumes, cover letters, and interview tips for teens who want to secure a part-time, summer job or begin contemplating their future career, the book helps teens focus on the development of their "self" and a positive work image.

There are five chapters in the book that cover the entire job preparation lifecycle: (1) Taking A Good Look at Yourself, (2) Discovering the Link between School and Work, (3) How to Choose Your Career, (4) How to Search for a Job, and (5) How to Behave on the job.

The book is inspirational and its message is that all teens, regardless of talent and ability, can succeed if they apply themselves and persist in the challenges of school and work.


"Doing your best at everything leads to the next good thing."

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