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Call Number: UCF Main Library General Collection -- HF5381 .W558 2002
An overview of the steps in the career planning process, focusing in on the importance of building and maintaining a strong, effective network of support within any career and assessing one's personality and interests. check availability
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5382.5.U5 K46 1997
NOTE: Online access is limited to 2 simultaneous users.
Includes insights on every career-management issue, including: discovering interests and aptitudes, setting goals, researching careers and companies, finding help, predicting trends, keeping a positive attitude, getting experience and training, and planning for college and beyond.
What Color is Your Parachute?
Call Number: General Collection HF 5382.7 .B64
A classic in the field of vocational guidance, this was one of the first books to emphasize matching personal characteristics and interests with career options.
Updated frequently. check availability at various UCF campuses
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5381.5 .B26 2008
Provides preparation for psychometric testing used by organizations and educational institutions to determine candidates' abilities. Contains sample tests with numerous questions - verbal, numerical, perceptual, spatial and practical.
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- BF431.3 .C3617 2007
Contains numerous practice questions together with answers, explanations and a guide to assessing performance. Provides several IQ tests together with verbal, spatial and numerical aptitude tests. Includes tests of word meanings, grammar and comprehension, advanced verbal aptitude, logical analysis, mental arithmetic, numerical sequences, and number problems.
Call Number: UCF ONLINE General Collection -- HF5381.7 .B673 2009
NOTE: Online access is limited to 12 simultaneous users.
With the wide range of jobs currently on the market, it is often difficult for job seekers to pinpoint exactly what they want to do. Now in its third edition, this no-nonsense workbook points readers in the right direction. With a range of IQ tests and searching questionnaires, it helps job seekers work out what area of work they should be focusing on by identifying their interests and strengths and scientifically interpreting which jobs they are suited to. Compiled by a psychometric testing specialist and bestselling author, this book has three main aims: careers guidance, preparation and personal performance improvement. It works on the principle that self knowledge enables readers to relate their own personal characteristics to career opportunities. At the same time, it provides an opportunity to prepare for the types of psychometric tests likely to be encountered while job seeking. It also aims to improve performance by demonstrating how to apply aptitudes and personal qualities at work.