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THE FAMILY CORNER

CAREER DEVELOPMENT & RESOURCE CENTER

FOR FAMILIES

(PLUS OTHER RESOURCES)

 
SPONSORED BY

THE CORNER STORE

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HOME PAGE BE YOUR TEENS CAREER COACH

COPING WITH JOB LOSS

BOOKS FOR KIDS AND TEENS 

HELPS & HINTS

THE FAMILY FORUM

FOR HOME SCHOOL PARENTS

E-MAIL QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

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The Seven Habits That Can Make You A Success

 

For more, see the BOOKSHELF

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JOB LOSS SURVIVAL GUIDE
Have you, a member of your family, or a friend been laid off? This can help you cope.
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(Also view it using MSWord and save or print if you like)

JOB SEARCH TOOLS
A collection of links to help you in your job search.
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It's Always Too Soon to Quit
by Lewis Timberlake

A great companion to the newest version of the old standby: What Color Is Your Parachute? 2001

For more, see the BOOKSHELF

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THE FAMILY CORNER'S "HELPS & HINTS"

  • Working with Kids
  • First Aid
  • Cooking
  • Home Repairs
  • Household Hints

FRANKLIN-COVEY FAMILY ARTICLES

JON'S HOMESCHOOL RESOURCE PAGE

INSPIRATION & MOTIVATION


"HOW-TO" LINKS


Get More Helpful Information From:

BOTTOM LINE WEB SITE
(I subscribe to both the Bottom Line Personal and Bottom Line Tomorrow magazines. I think they're great! No ads, just great information of all kinds -- self-improvement, investments, family, travel, and more. You can even get 6 free issues to find out for yourself.
_________________Jim Davis)

Also, take a look at

BOTTOM LINE SECRETS WEB SITE
and
BOTTOM LINE'S MOST USEFUL WEB SITES

 

Self-Assessment Links

Any Links Not Working?

Career Search Links

Check Out the Free Mentor Service


College Board Interest Inventory

Use this web site to help determine your job interests. Then use the Skills Assessment below to help find the skills required for those jobs. After that, you can scroll down to the Occupational Outlook Handbook web site link to find out more about the jobs you are interested in.


Skills Assessment

This skills assessment uses the Occupational Network web site at http://online.onetcenter.org/ (Read below for tips on using.)
You can use this web site in at least two different ways:

  • Use the skills list to pick out the skills you are good at (or the skills you want to learn.)
    Then use that set of skills to pick out what kinds of jobs you might like.

  • Or, you can pick a job and find out what skills are needed for that particular job.


Occupational Outlook Handbook web site

This web site has lots of information about all sorts of jobs, such as what it's like to do the job, what education you'll need, the kind of pay you can expect, and even how easy it will be to find work in that field.


Additional Self-Assessment Links
Check Out the Free Mentor Service

The Keirsey Temperament Sorter II (Personality -- Similar to Myers-Briggs)

The Keirsey Character Sorter

Career Assessment website
All sorts of helpful assessments (including some on other parts of this page)

Finding Your Own Behavioral Style

See How Well You Communicate

US Dept of Interior - Career Manager Website

The Stress Index

Stress Coping Skills Assessment

Burnout inventory

Test Your Job Hunting IQ (Career Magazine)

Employment Search Readiness Inventory

Two short quizzes: "Should I Quit My Job?" and "Should I Take This Job?"

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