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The Penguin Careers Guide is the indispensable and practical source for anyone seeking careers information. Now fully revised and updated for its fourteenth edition, it contains in-depth discussions of hundreds of possible careers, with invaluable advice on education, training and employment issues. Whether you're just starting out after college or returning to work, looking for a full or part-time position, wondering how to set up your own business or finance your studies, this is the essential guide to point you in the right direction.
Philip Gray began his career in teaching, later specialising in careers education and guidance. He held a variety of teaching and advisory posts, and was involved in the many of the of early vocational education initiatives. After writing a series of books on aspects of career choice he started to work as a freelance magazine editor, first as founder editor of Ucan magazine for Ucas, then as editor of Insight, Lifeforce, Finance Futures and Careerscope. He has also developed and produced a number of ISCO careers and higher education directory titles. He is now an independent publisher.