Experts Tell Us the Best Career Books For Teen Girls

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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Career Books For Teen Girls. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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The Succes Priciple for Teens by Jack Candfield

This product was recommended by Ali Rizvi from Dream Superhero

This book will give teens the courage and the heart to get started and get ahead.

What Color Is Your Parachute? by Carol Christen

This product was recommended by Stephanie Lane from SafeSpaceHub

This career guide allows teens to hone in on their best skills and favorite hobbies to find the career of their dreams. Explore your personal path while you still have all the opportunities at your fingertips. What Color Is Your Parachute? is informative and helps to relieve some of the anxiety and stress that comes with this stage of life.

Careers by DK

This product was recommended by Osama from Outfitrs

I bought this book for myself. I’m in my late 30’s, have a 4-year degree, and have lots of experience in multiple careers.

Doable by Deborah Reber

This product was recommended by M. Ammar Shahid from SuperHeroCorp

Live your big dreams and turn your impossible into possible by following 8 easy steps as given by Deborah in this book.

Healthcare Heroes by Mary Choy and Michele B. Kaufman

This product was recommended by Mary Choy from Healthcare Heroes

This book provides expert insights and strategies to help readers find their best career path in healthcare. It features 28 healthcare professionals and their stories. It provides salary range and educational requirements, a day in the life of the healthcare professional, specialty areas of employment, and many more areas.

Four Faces of Femininity by Barbara McNally

This product was recommended by Barbara McNally from BookSparks

The book contains over 40 women who’ve made their permanent and positive marks on our history. Containing inspiring career-focused women including the founder of The Red Cross (Clara Barton), a trailblazing empire leader (Oprah Winfrey), a congresswoman (Tammy Duckworth), an undercover journalist (Nellie Bly), a self-made millionaire (Madam C.J. Walker), and many more, FOUR FACES OF FEMININITY provides inspirational examples of barrier-breakers and ceiling-smashers. Each woman’s profile is accompanied by a gorgeous full-page illustration, proving that movers and shakers don’t look, act, or work, like any one type of woman. young women of what’s possible.

Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

This product was recommended by Barbara Nevers from NeoLittle

Hidden Figures, known by many as a great movie, is an excellent read period, but especially so for a teenage girl. It’s very inspiring and reinforces the idea that, despite the greatest of road blocks and challenges, nothing is out of reach. It also teaches the simple value of hard work, dedication, and courage. Through it all, if we truly believe in ourselves, we have the power to change the world, and even beyond (to outer space).

Lean in by Sheryl Sandberg

This product was recommended by Stacy Caprio from Renuw Skincare

Lean in is a great career book for teen girls since it teaches them that to get a seat at the table at the highest levels of a business, they have to make one for themselves, and work even harder to do so as a woman. It goes into specific strategies of how women can do this and uses stories from Sheryl’s personal experience to illustrate points. It is a great book for any girl who wants to learn how to approach a career in a pro-active way to make the most out of every opportunity.

Written by Eve O'Rourke


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