January 07, 2009
Job Information Center, Mid-Manhattan Library
The New York Public Library's public access catalog, can be searched under these headings:
Career changers, Career changes, Career development, Middle-aged persons-employment
The Job search
Arnoldussen, B. (2007). Change your career: Nursing as your new profession.
New York: Kaplan. (610.7306 A)
Canter, R.J. (2007). Make
the right career move: 28 critical insights and strategies to land your dream job.
Hoboken, N.J.: J. Wiley & Sons. (650.14
Enelow, W. S. & Kursmark, L. M. (2007). Expert
resumes for baby boomers. Indianapolis, IN: Jist
Works. (650.142 E)
Everett, M. (2007). Making
a living while making a difference: Conscious careers for an era of interdependence.
Gabriola Island, BC: New Society Publishers. (331.702 E)
McMillan, T. (2007). Change
your career: Computer network security as your new profession. New York: Kaplan. (005.8 M)
Otting, L. G. (2007). Change your career: Transitioning to the
nonprofit sector: Shifting your focus from bottom line to a better world. New
York: Kaplan. (650.1 O)
Starkey, L. B. (2007) Change
your career: Teaching as your new profession. New York: Kaplan Pub. (371.1002 S)
Career Development: General Resources
Anderson, M. (2009). The
career clinic: Eight simple rules for finding work you love. New York:
American Management Association. (650.14
Belknap, B. & Seiler, B. (2007). For executives only: Applying business techniques to your job search.
New York: Five O'Clock Books. (650.1408 B)
Black, C. (2007).
Basic black: The essential guide for getting ahead at
work (and in life).
New York: Crown Business. (650.1 B)
Cohen, C. F. & Rabin, V. S. (2007).
Back on the Career track: A guide for
stay-at-home moms who want to return to work. New York: Warner Business
Books. (650.1408 C)
Friedman, C. & Yorio, K. (2008).
The girl’s guide to kicking your career
into gear: Valuable lessons, true stories, and tips for using what you’ve got
(a brain) to make your worklife work for you. New
York: Broadway Books. (331.702 F)
Hustand, M. (2008). How
to be useful: A beginner’s guide to not
Boston: Houghton Mifflin. (650.1 H)
Keller, E. G. (2008). The comeback: Seven stories of women who
went from career to family and back again. New York: Bloomsbury USA. (331.44 K)
Morem, S. (2007). How to get a job and keep it: Career and
life skills you need to succeed. 2nd ed. New York: Checkmark
Books. (650.14 M)
Pek, A. & McGlade,
J. (2008). Stimulated: Habits to spark
your creative genius at work. Austin, TX: Greenleaf Book Group Llc. (650.1 P)
Sanborn, M. (2008). The
encore effect: How to achieve remarkable performance in anything you do.
New York: Doubleday. (650.1 S)
Skillings, P. (2008). Escape from corporate America: A practical
guide to creating the career of your dreams. New York: Ballantine
Books. (650.14 S)
Strayer, S. D. (2007). The
right job, right now: The complete toolkit for finding your perfect career.
New York: St. Martin’s Griffin. (650.14
Widener, C. (2007). The angel inside: Michelangelo’s secrets for
following your passion and finding the work you love. New York: Currency
Doubleday. (650.14 W)
Zichy, S. & Bidou, A. (2007). Career
match: Connecting who you are with what you’ll love to do. New York: Amacom, American Management Association. (650.14 Z)
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