An Intellectual's Argument about God by Marcus O. Durham, PhD, Rosemary Durham

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How can you develop a network of professionals who can help you succeed in your chosen field? ■ Why is it beneficial for high school students to plan for a career that won’t begin until graduation from college and very possibly from graduate school? ■ Why is it important to be able to analyze information and make follow-up decisions? ■ Why is it important to begin thinking about a career before you’ve graduated from high school? ■ What does it mean to be competitive in the job market compared to ways you now compete in school?

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