Seven Steps to a Successful Career : A Guide to Employability
Key features of the book include:
Advice from current students, graduates and employers
Exercises designed to provide a 'quick fix' when faced with challenges
Checklists enabling you to record progress as you move through sections or tasks
Practical steps you can take to sustain momentum as you move through your studies.
This is an ideal guide to making the most of your skills, beating the competition and getting your ideal job!
The Student Success series are essential guides for students of all levels. From how to think critically and write great essays to planning your dream career, the Student Success series helps you study smarter and get the best from your time at university. Visit the SAGE Study Skills hub for tips and resources for study success!
- Paperback | 200 pages
- 170 x 242 x 12.7mm | 350g
- 04 May 2016
- Sage Publications Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
- First Edition
Other books in this series
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15 Aug 2016
07 Oct 2015
03 Sep 2013
28 Aug 2015
08 May 2021
Table of contents
Step One: Knowing who you are in the career market
Step Two: Making your skills work for you
Step Three: Considering all of your options
Step Four: Researching the career market
Step Five: First approaches
Step Six: Making Your Move
Step Seven: Closing the deal
Conclusion: Learning to enjoy it
About Lucinda Becker
Lucinda has written numerous study guides for students and works with undergraduates and postgraduates across the university. She is also a professional trainer and consultant, helping new graduates in engineering, science and law to become successful communicators and leaders.
As a Director for Teaching and Learning at her university, Lucinda has the chance to introduce innovation in teaching. In her most recent project, she has launched a Student Impact Network to support students who want to work in partnership with academics to facilitate excellent learning opportunities.
Felicity Becker is a lecturer in the Further Education and Lifelong Learning sector and is involved in the training of transferable skills and in boosting employability through training. She has a portfolio career involving lecturing, running her own training company and working as a sign language interpreter. She has recently started her Master's in Education.