We shouldn't call this just a workbook. Job Hunt is also a resource to keep as a reference for years to come!
Divided into five sections, this spiral-bound reproducible starts with the basic steps to determine what kind of first (or second) job would be best suited for the user. It is not meant to be an interest inventory, but it does guide the user to assess one of the basic questions job hunters must ask: Do I have transportation? Do I want to work outdoors or by myself? How many hours can I really handle?
The second part reviews how to look and apply for jobs. It reviews networking, ads, the computer, and how to drop in at a business and ask to apply. It also covers how to fill out an application, follow-up calls and record-keeping.
The third section covers interviewing. Examples of ways to interview, dress, greet people and how to greet people and how to respond to some of the more obvious questions are covered.
The fourth section is how to keep your job. There are simple "rules" to keeping a job.
The last section is how to manage your money now that you are earning a paycheck. This topic is a good thing for most people to review! Understanding goals will also help budget. It helps understand interest and debt.
Job Hunt works well with the video series Get a Job! Also using Resume Writing for Teens will complete the job-seeking process. While Job Hunt works best when used with instruction, there is enough information in it for students to work through on their own as a self-guided tour through the job-hunting process.