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It's that time. You've a great education under your belt and now you are entering the world of employment. Congratulations for making it this far! In this guide you will find tons of information to help you find and land that perfect job. Browse the tabs along the top to guide you through the job hunting process. And don't forget to visit the career center on the first floor of the Salt Lake Center, they have even more resources!
Some resources you'll find here include:
Some books to get you started
What Should I Do With My Life? by
Call Number: BF 637.S4 B79 2003
Publication Date: 2003
Po Bronson manages to create a career book that is a page-turner. His premise is that "nothing is braver than people facing up to their own identity,". He tackles thorny, nuanced issues about self-determination. Among them: paradoxes of money and meaning, authorship and destiny, brain candy and novelty versus soul food.
You Majored in What?: Mapping Your Path From Chaos to Career by
Call Number: HF 5382.75 .U6 B755 2009
Publication Date: 2009-04-30
Your major does not equal your job! In You Majored In What? , nationally known career counselor Dr. Katharine Brooks dispels the myths and the old-fashioned thinking that can make your transition to the "real world" so daunting and chaotic.
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