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Book Image Babysitter's Business Kit: Be the Best Babysitter on the Block!
by Harriet Brown (Author), Jodi Preston (Illustrator)

Learn to be the best sitter on the block with this kit! Inside, there's lots of helpful information on how to care for kids, please parents, and make smart business decisions. This set includes the supplies needed to run a successful babysitting business: business cards, a client address book, a game pad, reward stickers, parent checklists, and more! It also includes "The Babysitter's Handbook," which is packed with sitter secrets and top-notch tips. You can stay organized by storing the handbook and supplies inside the kit's folder.

Book Image Babysitter's Handbook, The: The Care and Keeping of Kids
by Harriet Brown (Author), Jodi Preston (Illustrator)

Girls who love being around kids will love this book. Itís full of great ideas for babysitters, such as how to calm babies, feed finicky eaters, please parents, and increase business. Successful sitters share their secrets, and helpful inserts include emergency instructions, business cards, and client lists.

Book Image Complete Idiot's Guide to Cool Jobs for Teens
by Susan Ireland

With U.S. unemployment the lowest it's been in 25 years, the job market for teens has never been better. But even in good times, it can be hard for teens to find jobs that are right for them. They still must be able to interview with confidence, stick with the daily grind and figure out how much money will be paid in taxes. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Cool Jobs for Teens teaches job-finding skills (resumes and cover letter writing and interviewing techniques), job-keeping skills, being an entrepreneur, spending and saving on a salary and exploring internships and volunteering. Ideal for 12-18 year-olds.

Book Image How to Get a Job If You're a Teenager
by Cindy Pervola, Debby Hobgood

An essential handbook for teens in all types of communities who seek part-time or seasonal work! Help prepare teens for the unfamiliar challenges of a job search with tips on interviewing, self-assessment and real life examples with simple lists of dos and don'ts. This practical guide is packed with useful insights and advice proven to be effective.

This second edition contains the most current resources, updated appendices, expanded chapters and new information, including where the best jobs can be found, keeping a good job, career guidance, up-to-date Internet resources, plus the most current annotated print resources. Also includes new federal and state employment infomation and regulations, and recent sample forms. A new appendix contains the websites for the largest employers of youth to aid teens in researching these organizations. Grades 6-College.

Book Image Teen Dream Jobs: How to Find the Job You Really Want Now!
by Nora E. Coon

Every preteen and teen fantasizes about having a cool, fun job that pays. What most don't know is that it is possible for them to start pursuing their dream career right now. This is the complete guide for kids and teens who want to find their ideal job. It includes practical tips for landing a job and profiles kids like 12-year-old documentary filmmaker Chaille Stovall, 17-year-old CEO Michael Furdyk, and 13-year-old stationery business owner Linda Lam. Chapters include "What's Your Passion? - Discovering Your Dream Job," "Help Wanted? Where to Look for Your Dream Job," "It's All About You! -- Writing a Savvy Resume and Cover Letter," and "You Got the Job!!! -- Now What?" Teens across the U.S. share their first-job stories, from the friends they met on the job to balancing their work schedule with school, offering great insight and advice to young job seekers. Photos and illustrations are featured.

Book Image Teen's Guide to Finding a Job, A
by Naomi Vernon

"A Teen's Guide to Finding a Job" will inform teenagers, selecting their first job, on how to choose an occupation compatible to their personalities and one that will lead to their ultimate career choice. It provides a thorough introduction to the "job search process" by outlining step-by-step action to be taken to secure rewarding employment. The chapters include "Self-Assessment Tools", "Research Knowledge", "Employment Application", "Resume Writing Formats", Interviewing Techniques", "Salary Negotiation", and the "Employer's Perspective". The book will increase ones awareness of who they are, and how they fit into the world of work. Although the focus is on teenagers, professional book reviewers stated college age and older individuals could benefit from the information as well.

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