New What Job is Best for Me EBook Gives Tips for Good Decision Making, from Career Guidance Leader Career Key

Identifying and narrowing down career choices is one of the most difficult parts of choosing a career. “What Job is Best for Me? 2014,” the newest version of Career Key’s most popular eBook, focuses on teaching four, science-based steps to making a good career decision.

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What Job is Best for Me? 2014

In the eBook, Dr. Jones shares who and what made him successful, and how scientific and optimistic approaches to career decisions can help people succeed.

Portland, OR (PRWEB) January 21, 2014

Narrowing down career choices is one of the most difficult parts of choosing a career. “What Job is Best for Me? 2014,” the newest edition of Career Key’s (http://www.careerkey.org/) most popular eBook, focuses on teaching four, science-based steps to making a good career decision. Counseling psychologist Dr. Lawrence K. Jones, NCC, the eBook’s author, also shares his unique, personal perspectives based on his experience with economic insecurity.

What Job is Best for Me? is commonly purchased with Career Key’s valid career test based on the respected Holland’s Theory of Career Choice. It comes with a free Decision Balance Sheet and tips for learning more about interesting career options. Once youth and adults take the Career Key test to learn the scores for their highest personality types and choose matching careers that interest them, they can start narrowing their choices using the decision making process described in the eBook.

In the 2014 edition of “What Job is Best for Me?”, Dr. Jones shares his unique perspective on making good career decisions. His approach is grounded in his expertise as a professional career counselor and researcher, and as someone who grew up in and understands economic insecurity.

In “What Job is Best for Me?” with words and photos, Dr. Jones shares his personal career journey, especially relevant to today’s uncertain employment climate. He grew up on a struggling California chicken farm in the 1940s and 1950s, living in a home built by his parents. His hard-working parents, like many others after the Great Depression, went to California from the Midwest in search of jobs. He became the first in his family to attend college and graduate school, despite some second-guessing and bumps along the way.

In the eBook, Dr. Jones shares who and what made him successful, and how scientific and optimistic approaches to career decisions can help people succeed.

Career Key offers “What Job is Best for Me? 2014” in its online Store for $8.95. There is a special discount for purchasing the eBook and the Career Key test together, which costs $14.50. What Job is Best for Me? is 88 pages, in a PDF format.

About the Career Key
Since Dr. Jones and his wife Jeanine first launched the Career Key website in 1997, Career Key has been the #1 Internet source for helping people choose careers and college majors. Advertising and registration-free, it offers a valid career test, information, and advice articles based on the best practices and science of career counseling. 10% of all website sales are donated to charity.


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