Parents are the first port of call for young people choosing their first careers but they are no longer best equipped to help in a changing world of technology, working practices and new types of work. A quarter of people aged 16-30 would consider some form of gig working in the future. Try explaining 'portfolio career' to your mum. And their next port of call - teachers - aren't much help either. How to go to Work is an honest and practical guide covering everything you need to know to get the career you want. It covers key topics like work experience, internships, and interviews but much more importantly it offers a guide to behaviour once you've made it into the workplace including dress codes, overcoming shyness, giving presentations, coping with stress and what to do when you make a mistake.