I’ve interviewed 100 former graduates about their:

  • career paths
  • jobs; the hours, the pros and cons
  • advice for a younger generation

By documenting their successes & failures, I’ve put together a ‘cheat sheet’ for your early career

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#1 Amazon Bestseller: 1,272 downloads in first 5 days of launch

"If you are worried that you don't know what you want to do in your career, then this book will inspire and provide ideas in equal measures....See More
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How to Make Money Doing a Career You Love

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This is a brilliant book which should be mandatory reading for anyone who is about to graduate.

If you are worried that you don't know what you want to do in your career, then this book will inspire and provide ideas in equal measures, especially when you look at what people who have done your degree have gone on to do.
James Curran
Graduate Job Podcast
Insightful and engaging read into the careers of people across many industries. A must read for school leavers/career changers and I wish I had this in my hand at the age of 17 to help broaden my career choices and advise the steps to take to go down a chosen path. A must buy for parents to give their teenagers and a must have for all school/university book shelves.
Anne Whyte
A really worthwhile book. I found it interesting to read and very convenient for tube journey etc due to the short chapters.

Overall, it allows the reader to see what a large number of people have learned through their careers and education. I certainly learned things which had never occurred to me. I'd strongly recommend to parents who have children looking at university courses and careers following their studies.
Andrew L. Jones

How to Make Money Doing a Career You Love