Getting Your Kid Out Of The House and Into A Job
Getting Your Kid Out Of The House And Into A Job by Joyce Richman and Barbara Demarest
Finally, a straightforward guide for parents of adult children who are looking for jobs. Whether your child is 15 or 50, parents have a hard time knowing what role to play in their child’s search for work. Getting Your Kid Out of the House and Into a Job is a roadmap for parents…and there’s some pretty good advice for the kids too.
Roads, Routes and Ruts
Roads, Routes and Ruts: A Guidebook For Career Success by Joyce Richman
Joyce addresses the importance of identifying children’s strengths and active parental guidance during childhood development. She notes the need for balancing a child’s interests and outlook through new and different experiences. For college graduates, Joyce looks at the importance of understanding job market trends and the need to realize the possibilities these opportunities hold, rather than the limitations they may present. She examines the job search process including the development of a resume, researching prospective companies, improving interviewing techniques and the power of networking.
Joyce also discusses getting out of a rut through career enhancement and advancement techniques that include self evaluation, stress management, attitude adjustment, continuing education and networking. Other topics include preparing for corporate downsizing and layoffs, dealing with unemployment and the hidden job market. Roads, Routes, and Ruts is filled with tips and strategies that illustrate the author’s expertise on how to get a job, and how to change jobs.
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