Scared to know what the future holds for you when you graduate in high school? Whether you’re planning to attend a university or look for a job, one surefire way to ensure success is to be able to prepare yourself for the path that you wish to take– and reading the following books is a great step to be ahead of the game:
If you are looking forward to landing your dream job, then this book is definitely a must-read. Of course, the first step in being able to achieve that is by creating effective cover letters and resumes that can assure you of success. This book shares secrets that can help students create strong and impressive resumes even without work experience. So if you want to create compelling cover letters, resumes– and even ace your interview, this book should may well be part of your collection.
There are a lot of opportunities for you and they sure can get bigger and more confusing the moment you step out into the real world. That’s where these books come in– they can help you make things a lot clearer and easier so that whatever you plan, success will be ensured. Read these books, be ahead of the game and make the most out of whatever life throws at you– even if you’re still in high school.
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Just because you’re still in high school doesn’t mean that you can’t create a good resume. That is exactly what this book is trying to say. This book can help you learn the best ways on how to effectively say what you have to offer– whether applying for a college degree or applying for a job. It’s classroom-tested, so even if you have no experience at all, you can still be able to learn how to organize, create and use your resume to your advantage.
Rating: 5 Stars on Amazon
Cost: Used $5.99
Graduating from high school is like facing a crossroads– confused and unsure as to what you really want for the future. This book can help you decide on what path to take after high school, showing you a lot of other opportunities that you may want to embark on even if you chose not to pursue a degree at a university.
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It is written in a such as style that students like you can be able to fully understand the issues that you will have to face in the future and also includes a lot of interviews of young people who have decided not to go to college after high school.
Rating: 4 Stars
This book is one unique source of information that can help you turn your class subjects, skills, activities and accomplishments into resumes that can get you far in the future. Not only will you be able to fully organize the information about yourself, but can also become aware of your strengths and weaknesses through the extensive worksheets provided in the book.
Aside from that, it also includes special features that provides a lot of valuable information that covers decision making, careers, education as well as job salaries. Plus, you’ll also get to develop different skills such as networking, marketing and yes– how to keep your job.
Rating: 4 Stars
Considered as the No.1 career book by the Wall Street Journal and deemed as “phenomenal” by Lawyers’ weekly, this book challenges people’s conventional knowledge on almost everything. Based on Professor Stuart Diamond’s highly-acclaimed course at the Wharton Business School and is anchored upon more than 20 years of research and practice among 30,000 people in different countries around the world, this book can surely be used for any situation. The model included in this book contains lessons on how to give better arguments no matter what it is that you do – bringing up kids, investing in business and even shopping.
Rating: 5 Stars (A Must Read)
Cost: Used $11.96
There are a lot of opportunities for you and they can sure get bigger and more confusing the moment you step out into the real world. That’s where these books come in– they can help you make things a lot clearer and easier so that whatever you plan, success will be ensured. Read these books, be ahead of the game and make the most out of whatever life throws at you– even if you’re still in high school.
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