Citation Styles for "Work your strengths : a scientific process to identify your skills and match them to the best career for you"

APA (6th ed.)

  • Martin, C., Guare, R., & Dawson, P. (2010). Work your strengths: A scientific process to identify your skills and match them to the best career for you. New York: American Management Association.

Chicago (Author-Date, 15th ed.)

  • Martin, Chuck, Richard Guare, and Peg Dawson. 2010. Work your strengths: a scientific process to identify your skills and match them to the best career for you. New York: American Management Association.

Harvard (18th ed.)

  • MARTIN, C., GUARE, R., & DAWSON, P. (2010). Work your strengths: a scientific process to identify your skills and match them to the best career for you. New York, American Management Association.

MLA (7th ed.)

  • Martin, Chuck, Richard Guare, and Peg Dawson. Work Your Strengths: A Scientific Process to Identify Your Skills and Match Them to the Best Career for You. New York: American Management Association, 2010. Print.

Turabian (6th ed.)

  • Martin, Chuck, Richard Guare, and Peg Dawson. Work Your Strengths: A Scientific Process to Identify Your Skills and Match Them to the Best Career for You. New York: American Management Association, 2010.

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