Finding the Career That Fits You (Workbook)
This hands-on workbook helps you find a God-honoring vocation that fits your abilities. A complete guide to career planning that includes two personality tests.
Job security is a thing of the past. In a time when companies are laying off thousands of people and 60 to 80 percent of employees are not satisfied with their jobs, many people are wondering if there is such a thing as job security and whether they can actually enjoy their work. After all, if you spend most of your waking hours doing something, you at least should like it. According to Lee Ellis and Larry Burkett, you can find the career that fits you. You can enjoy your work. It's just a matter of assessing who you are, knowing your strengths and interests, and discovering the kind of work that will utilize those talents. In this new edition of Finding the Career That Fits You, you will discover the person God made you to be through insightful looks at your personality, skills, life values, and vocational interests. All statistics and resources have been updated and the latest information on using the Internet in your job search has been added. Ellis and Burkett will walk you through the job-search process and give you the confidence you need to start or change your career - and your life!
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About "Finding the Career That Fits You (Workbook)"
Meet the Authors
Larry Burkett was the founder and president of Christian Financial Concepts, a non-profit organization dedicated to teaching Biblical principles of money management. He was the author of over seventy books, including The Coming Economic Earthquake, Your Finances in Changing Times, The Financial Planning Workbook, Investing for the Future, Financial Parenting, and Business by the Book, with totals in excess of 11 million. Larry's ministry also included a monthly Christian newsletter and four worldwide radio broadcasts, Money Matters, How to Manage Your Money, Money Watch, and A Money Minute, Larry died in 2003.
Lee Ellis received his Ph.D. from Florida State University, Tallahassee, and is a professor in the Department of Sociology at Minot State University. Main courses taught by Dr. Ellis include social research methods, criminology, social stratification, anthropology, and sociobiology.
Table Of Contents
1. Facing Career And Workplace Issues2. Gaining A Biblical View Of Work3. Understanding Your Personality Strengths4. Understanding Your Skills5. Understanding Your Work Priorities6. Understanding Your Vocational Interests7. Putting Your Pattern Together8. Making Career Decisions9. Developing Your Resume10. Organizing For The Job Search11. Managing Your Finances12. Starting A Business