The first two are about earning money and getting jobs. 50 Best Jobs for Your Personality by Michael Farr and Laurence Shatkin highlights 300 job descriptions for 6 personality types. The book provides an assessment tool for you to determine your personality type, and then lists jobs that fit your personality. It also gives information on the education necessary for the profession and typical annual earnings. If you're just getting started and are looking for a first job, you might be interested in Earning Money: Jobs by James Fischer. It includes information from job hunting to where the paycheck went to when you read the taxes withheld on your pay stub.
The next book I want to mention is meant to help you figure out how to manage that money once you start making some. It's called First Budget Smarts by Judy Monroe Peterson. This book gives some basic information about how to plan your spending so that you can both enjoy your money and save for the future.
Talking about saving, you might want to learn about the world of credit with How Interest Rates, Credit Ratings, and Lending Affect You by G.S. Prentzas. Whether you're earning interest through a savings account, or paying interest through loans or credit cards, it's good to understand how interest rates are figured and how it affects the bottom line of what your money is costing you.
So, whatever your level of interest or understanding of money, hopefully we have information that can lead you to a comfortable future.