The Princeton Review Guide to the Right Career, 1996

The Princeton Review Guide to the Right Career, 1996

by Princeton Review, Alan Bernstein, Nicholas Reid Schaffzin
     
 

Is your career really everything you want it to be? With the help of The Princeton Review it can be. Renowned psychologist Alan Bernstein guides you in a little soul-searching and in taking the modified Birkman Career Style Summary, a comprehensive self-diagnostic questionnaire, to find out what professions perfectly suit you. You'll find out how your interests and… See more details below

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Is your career really everything you want it to be? With the help of The Princeton Review it can be. Renowned psychologist Alan Bernstein guides you in a little soul-searching and in taking the modified Birkman Career Style Summary, a comprehensive self-diagnostic questionnaire, to find out what professions perfectly suit you. You'll find out how your interests and work style fit on the grid pictured below, and what careers might bring you professional fulfillment. Then The Princeton Review Guide to Your Career offers the inside story on over 150 different professions, based on surveys of and interviews with hundreds of professionals in the fields, covering careers from actuary to zoologist, carpenter to physician, astronaut to teacher.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780679769170
Publisher:
Random House Information Group
Publication date:
04/30/1996
Series:
Princeton Review Ser.
Product dimensions:
7.84(w) x 10.25(h) x 1.15(d)

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