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Minorities Are More Likely to Believe Education Will Help Their Careers
Blacks and Hispanics are more likely than whites to believe that their careers could benefit from more education or skills training. The new College Board/National Journal Next America Poll shows that Americans' attitudes on education split along …
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Ian Miller's career-high 20 points help FSU rout Tennessee-Martin 89-61
Miller, a senior guard, overcame his injuries and came off the bench to score 13 of his career-high 20 points in the first half, finishing 5 of 5 from the floor and 7 of 7 from the free-throw line, as Florida State defeated Tennessee-Martin 89-61 on …
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The Career Within You Employs the Enneagram Personality Assessment System to Help Recent College Grads Find Careers Suited to Personalities
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 3, 2010
In the age of technology, the expanding landscape of the working world is more complex than ever. This is both good and bad news for recent college grads that are now exposed to more career options than they might know what to do with. After four or more years in their chosen course of study, many graduates find themselves at a loss when facing the decision of how to apply their degree, their skills and their personality to an actual career. How do you break the post-college, decision paralysis so many students experience?
Most career advice follow the one-size-fits-all principle. THE CAREER WITHIN YOU (Harper One, January 2010, $ 14.99) celebrates the fact that each person looking for work guidance is different. Readers benefit from being led on an internal journey where they are introduced to nine distinct career types. Elements of each of these in varying amounts are within us, with one being predominant. By the end of the journey the reader will be able to make realistic appraisals of themselves from which to make superior career choices.
This practical-yet-fun career guide employs the Enneagram Personality Assessment System- with its very sizeable audience- to find a career specifically tailored to any reader, by offering a quiz designed to identify their type, and thus, the best career paths for them. In addition, this guide includes quizzes and interactive exercises to both help the reader identify their own strengths, and practical job-hunting tools to launch the perfect career.
About the Authors
Elizabeth Wagele is a foremost expert and one of the most popular writers on the Enneagram. Her published books include The Enneagram Made Easy, which has introduced over 140,000 enthusiasts to the Enneagram personality system and has been translated into 17 languages. Are You My Type, Am I Yours? also co-written with Renee Baron, centers on relationships, subtypes, look-alikes, and famous types. In addition she wrote The Enneagram of Parenting, is regular contributor to Enneagram Monthly, and is often featured at International Enneagram Association conferences. Visit the author online at http://www.wagele.com.
Ingrid Stabb is a Yale MBA and organizes career workshops and events. Stabb chairs the career development committee on the international Board of Directors of the Yale School of Management Alumni Association. In 2004 she co-founded a continuing summer internship program designed to introduce college students to various career tracks. Stabb writes the regular column on careers for TALK Journal, a trade journal for business coaches and psychologists who teach the Enneagram.
A marketing executive by profession, Stabb is Director of Internet Sales for Blue Shield of California. Winner of the E*TRADE Presidents Award, she has developed and marketed products for Fortune 500 companies such as E*TRADE Financial, Charles Schwab, and Thrivent Financial as well as a non-profit Russian adoption program for World Child. Most notably, Stabb developed and marketed the first SCORE! Educational Centers for kids, which was sold to the Washington Post in 1997; http://www.escore.com is now the second-largest network of learning centers in the country, with over 150 centers nationwide.
The Career Within You
How to Find the Perfect Job For Your Personality
By Elizabeth Wagele and Ingrid Stabb
January 2010, HarperOne, $ 14.99, trade paperback, ISBN 9780061718618
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Are you waiting for your A Level exam results? Deciding what is the “right” step after leaving college or school can be really stressful. And it’s not a decision that you should make quickly. Maybe you’ve got pressures from friends to join them at the university they’ve decided to go to, you don’t get the grades you need to get into uni, or you just don’t want to start life with a huge amount of debt from tuition fees. At the end of the day it’s your future so you have to be 100% happy with the decision. The range of options can feel a bit like a minefield, go to uni/ don’t go to uni/ do an apprenticeship/ go into vocational education / go straight into a job- the choices are endless. But where to start? AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is urging school leavers to consider vocational education and apprenticeships as a way to secure employment, gain experience and a qualification if you don’t achieve the marks they need for first choice University courses. Not many people realise that you can have a great career without going to university, for example if you get the AAT Accounting Qualification you can become a chartered accountant quicker than someone who has been to university! If you have any questions about what to do next then join our live webTV show with Aimee Bateman who is a career coach and recruitment advisor and Harry Collins, who decided to do an apprenticeship rather than go to university and Emma Mason who started a university course and then …
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