YALE DAILY NEWS WORKING KNOWLEDGE
Kaplan Publishing, Jan 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 301 pages
"What can I do now, while I'm still in college, to prepare for my career?"
"Will the classes I choose now really affect my job later?"
"How can I find our what job I'm really suited for?"
The choices you make now always affect those you make later, and college life is no exception. The classes you choose, the sports you play, the clubs you join, the people you befriend, and the opportunities you seek all play a role in your future in ways obvious and subtle. Having survived both college and the post-college job search, Julia Kahr provides a thorough overview of the choices that you as a college student face today and advice on how to turn those decisions into the beginnings of a dream career.
Drawing on over 150 interviews with college graduates who are now successes in their respective careers, Kahr shows you how these people faced the choices they made in college and what the consequences of those choices were. Their decisions serve as an example for all college students today, and their mistakes -- there are more than a few -- provide equally valuable insight on which activities in college really pay dividends.
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