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I was wondering if anyone could suggest a good resource for teenagers to investigate various career paths. Is it better to read a general book like: The Art of Work: A Proven Path to Discovering What You Were Meant to DoThis book has has a high rating on Amazon (642 people commented on it so far) Or, is it better to refer to some website rather than read a book? Or, is it better to buy more specific books directly related to a field that the teenager MIGHT be interested in? (for instance, a book about a career in writing) Also, what is the best website to refer to for understanding job placement success? I looked at one university's website recently, and they did not convey any information to a parent about the ability of graduates to land jobs. I'm concerned that, many times, universities might teach and offer lines of study for which there is no demand in the real world. Is it pretty difficult to find jobs in most career categories these days? I even saw on one website that it is hard for teachers to find jobs. That surprised me. How do you find out about or even begin to think about potentially great jobs that are lesser known, like a job in a waste treatment plant, for instance? Marsha
I would love to find it free online or on Netflix. I have looked but have only found it on Ebay for hundreds of dollars. does anyone know where to find this movie. It is based on the book by Pat Frank. Thank you, Audra