Career Management is designed to help students understand themselves and their careers, to develop the skills necessary to manage their careers effectively, and to act as a mentor or human resource manager helping other workers develop their own careers. Significant decisions regarding job search, career change, and a job's affect on the family and/or spouse's career are just some of the major career challenges addressed by the authors.
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