User-friendly and realistic, this systematic, step- by-step "cutting-edge" guide to career decision-making provides anyone seeking to change, choose, or confirm career goals with a convenient workbook that will guide them in developing a personalized, doable, take-action plan. Based on the authors' over 30 years of cutting-edge experiences in counseling and career delivery systems, and with research and community feedback, the workbook is focused on today's career realities and economy, and addresses the needs of readers of all ages, backgrounds, and specific circumstances. It is filled with pragmatic discussions, relevant exercises, real-life examples of resources and techniques, Web sites, and various strategies that outline the what, when, and how of all aspects of career planning and development. Uses a holistic approach that follows the standard sequence of career search and decision-making issues--Self-Assessment, The Job Market, Decision Making, and The Job Search. Features up-to-date coverage of hot topics such as multiple-intelligence, the year 2000 and beyond, electronic strategies for the job search and resume writing. For anyone seeking to change, choose, or confirm career goals.Sukiennik, Diane is the author of 'Career Fitness Program: Exercising Your Options', published 2000 under ISBN 9780130880642 and ISBN 0130880647.