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Thursday, May 21, 2009

Parents and Counselors Give Teens Career Guidance

High school students need direction on their career paths, and parents and counselors each play a key role. Learn how you can provide your teen with career guidance.

"What do you want to be when you grow up?" Values, interests, skills, personality, aptitudes — these are all factors for teens when thinking about their future careers. At the high school level, career guidance involves three participants: parents, counselors and students themselves. But with the increasing caseloads of school counselors, parents must play a bigger role.

Thinking about your child's future? Weigh the pros and cons of a college education.

There are diverse career options for your teen, including technical education. Learn more about what these programs can offer.Things are going to change a lot between now and 2016. Check out this list of the ten fastest-growing careers for college graduates.

Contact a personal educational consultant today at 877.294.8463 or visit www.Consultingwithme.com


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