"A wonderful guide to help you get on the path to finding your dream job."
-Christina Lewis, KidsBookshelf.com
"A great resource for teens who don't know where to start the job search, as well as for those who would like to move to a better position."
In today's challenging economy, it is not enough to create an impressive resume or thoroughly rehearse for an interview. Although these are important elements in the job preparation process, an individual must also possess more in order to successfully compete with other candidates. In Teens and the Job Game a former executive and current senior recruiter shares practical guidelines that will help teens develop their whole person for the workplace.
Author Beverly Slomka relies on her years of corporate experience and leadership in a healthcare recruiting firm to lead teens to a new level of preparation for entering the workforce. Slomka presents teens with no-nonsense, often-overlooked tips to begin molding a professional image and examining the ways current education is related to future work. She carefully guides young adults on a path to choosing not just a job, but more importantly, the right career.