This should be titled, ""Kvery Woman has a Right to a Job"", since the emphasis is less on jobs available than on directing...

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THERE IS A RIGHT JOB FOR EVERY WOMAN

This should be titled, ""Kvery Woman has a Right to a Job"", since the emphasis is less on jobs available than on directing talents and interests into profitable channels. With familiar carps about job getting, holding and enjoying, at the start of the chapters, the author suggests fresh attitudes and procedures, based on self-analysis. Discover your true interests, follow them up job-wise, nip self-pity and time wasting gripes in the bud, and make the most of your opportunities, are the admonitions; and there are siren calls to the housewives to enlarge personality horizons and family coffers by lucrative, stimulating work outside the home. With a ""basic interest"" test at the back of the book, and breezy style, this has a predictable ""You-too"" market.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1951