Career Websites & Publications
The following are just a few of the many wonderful books available to assist you with your career needs:
Books & Publications
Do What You Are.
By Tieger, Paul D. And Barron-Tieger, Barbara
Uses the reader´s Myers Briggs Type to discover careers that may be a good match.
What Color is Your Parachute?
By Bolles, Richard. (Updated Yearly.) A classic. Richard Bolles uses many techniques and exercises to help the reader navigate the world of career decision-making.
The Encore Career Handbook
by Marci Alboher, Good resource for considering careers in the second phase of life when your first career fizzles or it´s time for something new.
Here are just a few you may find helpful:
General Career Information
Jung Typology Test
This website is full of information about Jung Typology and includes tests you can take to learn more about your personality type. On the homepage on the left side you will see a link to Jung Career Indicator. The test is free and will give you good information about your type and careers that may be a good match for you.
The Occupational Outlook Handbook
is an excellent site produced by the Department of Labor and the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Lots of reliable information on hundreds of careers. An excellent resource. (www.bls.gov/ooh/).
Career One Stop This site includes Career InfoNet, America´s JobBank, and Service Locator. (http://www.careeronestop.org/)
Students & Recent College Grads
Information on educational career planning & internships: Princeton Review
Georgia Department of Labor´s website includes information about job search, unemployment benefits, vocational rehabilitation services, as well as events like job fairs.
Job Search Support Groups
Everyone struggles with this issue when they are negotiating a job offer or asking for a raise. Also, www.salary.com
Jobs for nature-lovers and alternative lifestyles. Also lists many internship and volunteer ideas.
Call for a free phone consultation with a licensed experienced counselor.
Wall Street Article Mary Jane talks about women reentering the workforce.