Official Review: A Roadmap To Career Success

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Post by Rosemary Wright » 06 Jun 2018, 03:51

It's nice having such books around. A book that can encourage and inspire high school students to choose the best career for themselves. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Ana Njeri » 06 Jun 2018, 03:59

Lovely review. Now that am in college this definitely sounds like a book i should read
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Post by christus68 » 06 Jun 2018, 05:40

The Book is awesome and the information factual. Love the illustrations: they are practical guides. It has help me in identifying my soft and hard skills and the skill I need to develop more as a Marketer. Sincere thanks to John G. Bendt for putting so much hard work to researching and writing for others and to me especially, as i learnt from the book basic information to grow my career path. I have an upcoming interview; the meeting tips with help me better relate with the Board. This Book will also help Job Seekers prioritize and focus on skills that will help them overcome the competition.

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Post by Festus » 07 Jun 2018, 16:20

Through "A roadmap To Career Success", the service of Guidance Counsellor is offered free for students at cross roads of career choices as well as potential employees. What may probably isolate this work from the mass forest of books on Guidance and Counselling is Bendt's attempt to explore interviewer- interviewee scenario. "A Road To Career Success" is a must on a shelf of every Guidance and Counselling Department. Kudos to the reviewer for a work "well done".

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Post by GathuaM » 19 Jun 2018, 08:59

I would have enjoyed reading this book when I joined college. It's late for me but it would really help those interested in joining one. Nice job.

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Post by DLKJacobs » 17 Jul 2018, 20:07

Very informational, would have served me well while in college

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Post by DLKJacobs » 31 Jul 2018, 17:30

This is a good book to assist students while searching to make career decisions

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