Sections include: - Discover You at Work: Walks readers through a step-by-step process to identify their strengths and interests and match them to appropriate jobs. Readers use a Work Interest Profiler (WIP), based on the career research of Dr. John Holland and devised by the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration as part of the O NET Program. - Explore Your Options: Provides in-depth descriptions of approximately 35 jobs per volume and includes resources for further information. Special sidebars outline exercises that encourage readers to "hire themselves" and learn firsthand what the job is like. - Experiment with Success: Includes a roundtable interview with a selection of successful workers from different branches of the career cluster who describe how they got started and what helped them succeed. Discussions teach readers how to begin networking early and how to gather career information from established professionals. Throughout each volume, 10 Big Questions and 10 Big Activities help readers create their own personal career exploration portfolio. The activities help readers ask the right questions about what kind of career they want and how they can prepare for it and encourage them to become their own best career counselor. The perfect follow-up to the Career Ideas for Kids series (see page 16), Career Ideas for Teens is an invaluable career tool for all teenagers wondering what they want to do in life.Reeves, Diane Lindsey is the author of 'Career Ideas for Teens in Government and Public Service', published 2005 under ISBN 9780816052929 and ISBN 0816052921.