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How to get the job you want

How to get the job you want

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Published by Houghton Mifflin Company in Boston, New York .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL26316246M
OCLC/WorldCa656952864

  This is an excellent book - extremely thorough with lots of PRACTICAL activities for working out what you want, what you're good at, and how this could equate to potential careers and jobs (mostly in terms of 'fields' - for actual job titles and possibilities, seek elsewhere; Lees only provides ways of using self-knowledge and self-awareness to seek and recognise jobs that might suit)/5.   Coach Corey Wayne discusses how you can get any job you want, even in a crappy economy! The right focus, mindset and plan to get employers to like & hire you over others! If you .

  This is not a nine-to-five job so you might want to think about how you would balance your writing with work.” Milford adds that planning to write your own book may not be Author: Charlotte Seager. When your job search isn't going well, it's easy to feel like you'll be stuck where you are forever. Sweeney's book outlines a plan to help you figure out what you want and chart your path to Author: Sammi Caramela.

  When people normally think of job in publishing, they think trade: books you see at Barnes and Noble, with authors who appear on The Daily Show, and who get . Beverly, On networking, try to get someone you know that knows someone at the company to help you get connected. If that fails, try following some of the employees on Twitter and engaging them if they tweet anything interesting or relevant to the job (like say an article about design and you want to talk to them about a design job anyways).


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Put the tools in this book to work and next time you walk into an interview you can be confident that you’re the obvious choice for the job. About the Author John Lees is author of the bestselling How to Get a Job You’ll Love and one of the UK’s best-known career strategists who is regularly featured in the national media/5(23).

However this is THE book on the subject. James shows how to successfully write out a CV as a marketing document and pass the interview and get the job you really want. He will give you insider tips and tricks of the trade in his time of owner of a successful recruitment Business. James states that everyone can get the job they really by: 1.

Through interactive and easy-to-follow exercises, Landing the Job You Want equips you to make your next job interview one of the most positive experiences of your life. Whether you're a recent college grad searching for a first job, a corporate veteran looking for that big promotion, an at-home mom starting a new career, or an experienced worker looking to move in a totally new direction, you will walk into /5(26).

I wrote this book to answer all these questions and dozens more. This small pocket guidebook is meant to set you apart from all the other competition. With over sixteen years of interview, application, and follow up experience, I wrote this to help you get the job you want to work at and feel fulfilled in your daily life,” said Wing.

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In his new book, How to Get the Job You Want, he shares how to accelerate the process of getting your perfect job (faster): * Get your attitude right – turn crisis into opportunity. * Conduct a career stock take – identify your skills and strengths. * Envision your ideal job – know your preferences.

This is a great way to get a confidence boost and will also help you realize that the interview is really just a conversation.

Having a plan of attack is the first step to landing the job you want. By following these tips, you’ll be well on your way to getting there.

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You CAN find a good job in a bad economy - but NOT with conventional search strategies. New Rules for a New Reality. Today's job market is the toughest in recent history, and the challenges are here to stay.

Even so, you CAN get the job you want - IF you discard conventional approaches to the search. To get the job you want, you don’t just need a great resume--you need an outstanding resume, one that puts you in the top 1% of candidates for the job. That means ditching the same old advice you’ve been following with little results and adopting a tried-and-true process for getting your resume noticed in even the most competitive situations/5().

This book is both, simple and complex. I liked the fact that Caan takes you through all the stages of searching and getting a job. However, a lot of the pages felt "too obvious" (although he always repeats the importance of learning the ) and this made me lost a bit of interest in the reading/5.

So if you are looking for a job or looking to get a better job, here’s what you do next. Make a list of five or ten companies you really want to work for.

Go apply or drop a resume off in person at each of those places. However this is THE book on the subject. James shows how to successfully write out a CV as a marketing document and pass the interview and get the job you really want. He will give you insider tips and tricks of the trade in his time of owner of a successful recruitment Business.

James states that everyone can get the job they really want/5(80). "Get The Job You Want, Even When No One’s Hiring gave me the knowledge and discipline to advance to the next level in my career. When I was devastated by a downturn in the job market, the strategies outlined in this book gave me the skills to go out and secure a new position.

"Ford Myers' excellent Get the Job You Want, Even When No One's Hiring shows you clearly and realistically how to be one of the millions of people who land a job rather than the millions who lose a job. His book should be required reading for anyone facing unemployment." ―Jay Conrad Levinson, author of the Guerrilla Marketing series of books "Mounting a strategic job search can be confusing /5(89).

"Get The Job You Want - The Interview Script Book" is the book job-seekers have been waiting for. It's a practical, non-nonsense approach to one of the more fearful and complicated aspects of life, JOB HUNTING.

More than just an instructional work, the book uses the unique approach of "scripting" you through the job-hunting mine-field. Getting the Job You Want After 50 for Dummies is your guide to finding rewarding employment when you're over From building an online presence to revitalizing your résumé to negotiating a salary, this book has you covered — from cover to cover.

Perhaps you are just coming back into the workforce or have been laid off and need to find work. The know-it-all narrator from the New York Times Bestselling How to Be a Baby is back with the third book in the time, she knows all about how to get a job, and she walks readers through the whole process: from deciding what you want to be all the way to acing the interview (tip: don't bring your pet gerbils)/5.

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Put the tools in this book to work and next time you walk into an interview you can be confident that you’re the obvious choice for the job.

About the Author John Lees is author of the bestselling How to Get a Job You’ll Love and one of the UK’s best-known career strategists who is regularly featured in the national media/5(36).

Get The Job You Want, Even When No-One’s Hiring. This book aims to provide you with the arsenal you need when looking for a job during a recession, when no-one seems to be hiring.

For a book that promises so much it’s a relatively short read – and it’s full of surprises! If you want to stand a chance of landing the job, you have to be well-versed on the industry and company, and command a deep understanding of the value you.