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What Color Is Your Parachute? A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers (1970) guides job-seekers through the process of finding fulfilling careers that utilize their individual talents and skills. First published in 1970, the book has been updated annually since 1985... 

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  • 11-12-2019

Summary - yes, useful - no.

It really did nothing for me, no useful tidbits that saved me the time from listening to the unabridged version. The summary was okay, but just helpful, would not recommend.

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  • 18-04-2020

disappointing

highly condensed summary so VERY expensive considering length and not relevant to me personally.

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