Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Talking by Diane Lindsey Reeves, Lindsey Clasen
  

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Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Talking by Diane Lindsey Reeves, Lindsey Clasen

The ability to communicate clearly and eloquently is a desirable trait in our fast-paced world. For kids who possess the gift of gab, jobs requiring top-notch verbal skills are plentiful and accessible. Updated with current information, Career Ideas for Kids Who Like Talking, Second Edition helps kids find their voice and guides them on how best to apply those skills to careers in fields such as broadcasting and speech pathology. This easy-to-use guide provides step-by-step self-assessment and profiles various jobs young people may wish to explore further. The career discovery activities have been expanded, and a closing section discusses further options, making this a useful guide to readers pondering their future plans. Career profiles include: Air traffic controller, Broadcaster, Hotel manager, News reporter, Publicist, Retailer, Speech pathologist, Telemarketer, and more.

About the Author

Diane Lindsey Reeves holds an undergraduate degree in elementary education and a master's-level certification in applied communications. She is the author of the Career Ideas for Teens series for Facts On File and Checkmark Books. She currently resides in Raleigh, NC. Lindsey Clasen is an editorial assistant and researcher for Bright Futures Press. She lives in Asheville, NC.

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Paperback
208 pages

Author

Diane Lindsey Reeves, Lindsey Clasen
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Publication date

15th November 2007

ISBN

9780816065547


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