Taking the fear out of `career'. A book for graduates, undergraduates and postgraduates. It aims to take the anxiety out of career choice and job-hunting and answers frequently-asked questions such as: What is a graduate job? How do I identify what sort of work I will enjoy? What's the use of a work placement? How do people actually find jobs? How do I write a good form and CV? How do I make a good impression at interview? What do selection centres involve? What is a job offer and how do I decide to accept it? How do I build my confidence? It would be a valuable tool when using University Careers Services. The book is specifically aimed at graduates and tries to take the anxiety out of making the transition from University to work. It recognises the current situation where graduates comes from wide ranging backgrounds, do increasingly varied subjects, and move into many traditional and non-traditional job areas, including self-employment. It recognises the fractured nature of 21st Century careers and provides `career management skills' to help graduates throughout their working lives. Its coverage is comprehensive, from specifically addressing `what is a graduate job?' through career choice, making effective applications and handling interviews to dealing with job offers. It aims to give graduates the skills to research and identify job opportunities at any stage of their career. The organisation is logical and can be used as a reference guide to the whole career-choice and job-finding process and, later, when job-changing.