Guiding Career Choices in Early Education
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Guiding Career Choices in Early Education For Students, Job Seekers, Career Advisors and Early Education Professionals in Greater Kansas City by Kate Duffy

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Published by Heart of America Family Services .
Written in English


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ContributionsAlexis Petri (Editor), Heart of America Family Services (Producer)
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Open LibraryOL11777186M
ISBN 100970851901
ISBN 109780970851901

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  The fourth edition of Career Choice and Development brings together the most current ideas of the recognized authorities in the field of career development. This classic best-seller has been thoroughly revised and expanded to include the most influential theories of career choice and development, and it contains up-to-date information regarding the application of these theories to Author: Duane Brown. In the final phases of the preparation of this edition of Career Choice and Development, I was talking to an old friend, Tom Harrington, about it. One thing he said to me was, 'Make sure you make a strong statement that career development is about change—something that some people seem to overlook.'. Most careers these days require some sort of post-secondary education. That might be at a technical institution, Indigenous institute, college or a university. Finding the right career path for higher education and employment can be exciting and also challenging, but starting to plan early can make it much easier.   If you are a parent of an elementary or middle school student, or even one in the early years of high school, your child's career choice is probably the furthest thing from your mind. At this point in his or her life, you, and your student are probably more .

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