Create Your Own Job, and Do What You Love
Are you struggling with unemployment?
Finding a good job can be challenging for anyone, and even more so if you have limited experience, lack reliable transportation, are living with a disability, or face workplace discrimination. Mature workers looking to re-career may find the task daunting. Youth also face a particularly high unemployment rate today.
But you do have options. Employment and adult education expert Catherine Chambers (M.Ed.), created Work Tree: Pick Your Own Job to help you develop your own alternative work strategy.
With this resource at your fingertips, you can stop competing for scarce and hard to find job openings and learn how to:
• create your own job,
• earn income using your natural talents,
• do work that you love.
Work Tree: Pick Your Own Job is now available in a comprehensive print edition that contains information about 100 alternative occupations. Jobs you can create for yourself right away, instead of waiting for someone else to employ you. You’ll learn about work in fields ranging from administration, health and education to food and creative crafts. For each occupation, you learn what to expect, how to prepare, and how to get started. Work Tree: Pick Your Own Job is full of practical information, presented in a way that makes it easy to absorb and apply.
The book includes interviews and case studies with real people who are doing the work described, and succeeding. You’ll also have access to regularly updated online resources for each occupation covered.
– Brian Griffith, self-employed editor and author
– See more at: http://www.worktreebook.com
About the author Catherine Chambers specializes in alternative work strategies. She has more than 25 years of experience, with an emphasis on adult education, workplace learning, social assistance and employment. Catherine is a former faculty member of the Centennial College Teacher of Adults program and the Bachelor of Adult Education program at Brock University.
– See more at: http://www.worktreebook.com/#sthash.TalKjR0k.dpuf