Work is part of God's plan for people. For a career to be fulfilling, that work should fit into the individual's values, talents and gifts. In Your Career in Changing Times Lee Ellis and Larry Burkett explore tying a career into the large picture of pursuing God's will through efficient use of one's gifts.You'll discover the four skills that every employee will need in tomorrow's job market, the 'how-to's' of preparing for work through education and training, and even twelve steps you can take to help your children select the right career.'Sixty to eighty percent of those in the work force are dissatisfied with their jobs.'The workplace is changing. With economic prospects dim, companies are downsizing to make themselves more competitive, and college graduates are facing a dismal hiring environment. Automation and technology will reduce employment needs even more, and there will be strong competition for jobs. Are you prepared for the job market of the future? Lee Ellis and Larry Burkett present career planning from a biblical perspective to help you become a good steward of your talents. They share insight into the workplace and discuss the four skills that every employee will need in tomorrow's job market. You'll read some incredible career stories in a chapter titled 'The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,' and you'll see the impact that your parents have on their children's career decisions. You'll also learn twelve steps you can take to help your children select the right career. Your Career in Changing Times will then take you through self-analysis to help you better understand the strengths and abilities you bring to the workplace. Finally, you'll learn the 'how-toss' of preparing for work through education and training, as well as searching for a job. Whether you're a young person preparing to attend college, an executive considering a job change, or you're looking forward to retirement, Your Career in Changing Times is the tool you'll need to make these life-changing decisions. In a transforming workplace you can't afford to be plagued with doubt about the skills you have to offer, and you can't afford to be uninformed about career planning.