By Lucy Harris
Youngsters start contemplating about their career as early as grade schoolers. But most of the time, they plan their future goals and objectives more strategically in high school. Throughout these formative years, students can take advantage of internships, which give them a chance to gain exposure and experience to numerous career sectors. The more knowledge students sustain about career opportunities, the better informed they can be in making decisions about their future after high school.
This book is the only step-by-step career planning system for high school students, their parents, and teachers that are equipped in order to obtain degree utilization, career contentment, employment after graduation, minimum student debt, and no student loan defaults. Career Management Essentials strategy contains an order of steps categorized in a flow chart. Each step constitutes a question that students and parents work on together to answer. The details and knowledge obtained about a prospective employer's certain prerequisites will lead to proactively selecting high school classes, majors, and extracurricular activities. This book offers a large menu of proposed actions, pointers, resources, and recommendations for parents and teachers to find optimal learning opportunities for their kids and students. The focus of this definitive resource is on empowering students by giving them the tools needed to ensure that they are happy and successful both in and out of school.
There are a great many positive elements regarding this book. I read it quickly, but the information was written in such an attainable and well-disposed manner, it was remarkable. The chapters are short but concise. Each presents a unique idea and leaves the reader thinking and reflecting. I would recommend this book basically to anyone who wants to learn. Every parent should read this. Every teacher, regardless of subject area, could also take a great deal away from this quick read. I don't think there should be a clause allowing people to avoid reading this book. It really makes that much sense, is that easy of a read, and reinforces such information that I cannot comprehend the good that would be done if more people understood this information. Trust me, you won't be disappointed.