With effective, hands-on activities and an engaging conversational tone, Making Career Decisions That Count: A Practical Guide 3e provides undecided college students and those considering a career change with valuable tools and effective strategies to successfully engage in the career decision-making process. Rooted in theory and research, this practical text will provide students with the tools they need to make meaningful and satisfying career decisions. Case studies integrated throughout each chapter provide readers with authentic strategies for coping with some of the most challenging career-related concerns experienced by college students of all ages and backgrounds. Chapter summaries, interactive assessments, and contemporary career information further contribute to the value of the text in supporting students career decisions. Features include: Informational Interviewing Offers Questions for students to Ask About a Potential Career. Four Dimensions of Personality Using the Meyers-Briggs assessment. Questions for Critical Thought Gives fuel for in-depth classroom discussions or homework reflections. Key Concepts to Remember Provides a short summary at the end of each chapter for the purpose of reflection. Additional Support in and out of the classroomo Visit the Student Success Supersite ( www.prenhall.com/success ), where students and faculty will find an array of resources. In addition, instructors will be pleased to know that Making Career Decisions That Count now offers an Instructors Manual and PowerPoint slides.Lisa Severy is the author of 'Making Career Decisions that Count: A Practical Guide (3rd Edition)', published 2008 under ISBN 9780131712775 and ISBN 0131712772.