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How to Find a Job


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Managing communications about replacementsA college degree used to be a ticket to a guaranteed job. Times have changed, and now finding a job can be difficult regardless of your qualifications. Unless you are independently wealthy or your family owns a business, it is something you will have to do sooner or later. The first job can be hard to find and in today's market the lack of a technical degree can make it harder still. I believe that you can not only find a job, but can find your ideal job ... IF you know how to go about it.

This is a practical handbook for action. It shows, in as logical and concise a manner as possible, the route of a successful job-hunt. You will find that its Socratic style reads quickly, and will serve as a ready resource long after you have launched yourself in the career of your choice. Happy hunting!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

  1. Marketing Yourself
  2. Deciding What To Do
  3. The Resume
  4. Informational Interviewing
  5. Searching
  6. Interviewing
  7. Follow-Up
  8. After You Are Hired
  9. The Most Common Job-Hunting Mistakes


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