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Careering: The Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career by Tamara S. Raymond is a guide for anyone starting a new career, but it is mostly geared towards high school and college students. It has a workbook in it to help you out. Tamara S. Raymond discusses ways of getting experience with school activities and such. She talks about how to write resumes and how to handle an interview. She also talks about what to do when you do get the job. She has a lot of tips and questions for you to answer to help as well.
I liked how Careering: The Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career by Tamara S. Raymond mentions it is for students starting out in their careers. I think it could also benefit someone older who needs to start a new life, for some reason or other. I loved how she turned it into a workbook so people can write their answers in the book to help them decide on their careers; she gave excellent questions. The interview questions were spot on, and I wish I had known about them when I started out in my career. Tamara S. Raymond even suggests how one should dress for an interview and send thank you cards. I thought that was a great idea; it may seem obvious to some, but not to a teenager. She also had some great tips at the end of each chapter. This is definitely a good checklist to have if you are starting out or starting over in your career.