How to be Happy at Work: A Practical Guide to Career Satisfaction

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JIST Works, 2004 - Business & Economics - 294 pages
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This book is designed to help readers achieve greater career success and satisfaction. It uses anecdotal evidence, practical advice, and self-quizzes to help readers assess personal career goals and needs and develop effective career/life strategies. The book addresses the most common obstacles to career fulfillment, including career choice/change, achieving greater security, managing anxiety, dealing with job losses, rebounding from setbacks and failures, building good relationships, and balancing work and family needs. This book was previously published as Love Your Work and Success Will Follow by Wiley in conjunction with National Business Employment Weekly.

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About the author (2004)

Arlene Hirsch is a private-practice career counselor and psychotherapist and a senior lecturer in psychology at Northwestern University. She has written three career books and writes a Q & A column on entrepreneurial and small business issues for startupjournal.com, a Dow Jones Internet publication. She is the author of How to Be Happy at Work, Second Edition.

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