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Job Hunting & Careers
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Time To Find A New Job
by Gavin F. Redelman - Bookboon , 2013
Proven advice, tips and strategies to help you through the job process. This includes: Resume Writing Strategies; The point of the Cover Letter; Creating professional image through your social networks; Preparing yourself for the job search; etc.
Resume Secrets Exposed
by Gavin F. Redelman - BookBoon , 2012
While there is no exact science to writing the perfect resume, this eBook will provide you with as much information on what to include in the resume as well as avoiding the major resume mistakes that commonly lead to having your resume deleted.
Time to get hired
by EmploymentCare - BookBoon , 2012
A step-by-step booklet that helps you to understand what it takes to land a new job through alternative channels. We will cover how to approach recruitment and employment agencies, how to use your network and how to submit unsolicited applications.
Interview Secrets Exposed
by Gavin F. Redelman - BookBoon , 2012
What you will find in this book: Everything you need to do to prepare yourself for the interview; How to answer Ice Breaking Questions; The most frequently asked interview questions and answers; Behavioural questions and examples; and more.
Ignite Your Career: The New Grads Bible
by Soulaima Gourani - BookBoon , 2012
The information in this book is a tool providing you with inspiration and practical guidance to start your career. This guide contains proven methods to use in your daily interactions with colleagues, managers, industry professionals and customers.
Creating Your CV as a Self Marketing Tool
by Paul H Brisk - BookBoon , 2011
This book goes through a structured approach of how to tackle each key stage in order to bring your CV together, by carrying out a number of self analysis exercises. The benefits include increased confidence and self esteem.
Voice Overs: Where Do I Begin?
- voicecoaches.com , 2011
Whether your goal is to pursue voice over work full time, part time, as a supplemental income, or as a component of your retirement, it's important for you to understand what the field has to offer and where to look for professional opportunities.
- Wikibooks , 2010
This wikibook is an attempt to explain the process of finding a job and getting hired for that job. The book will explain such topics as finding a job, writing a resume, applying for a job, performing at an interview, and more.
Six Steps To Job Search Success
by C. Ceniza-Levine, C. Thanasoulis-Cerrachio - Flat World Knowledge , 2011
This book is a practical discussion of actionable steps (six of them) that students can take to land a job regardless of the market. The authors of the book discuss the proactive things that students can do to get themselves a job.
by MTD Training - BookBoon , 2010
This textbook introduces readers to what Emotional Intelligence is and how they can improve their own. Being 'bright' is not enough in today's modern society. You need to understand how to manage your emotions and those of others to get on.
Career Guide to Industries
- U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics , 2010
For different industries - such as educational services, healthcare, and motor vehicle and parts manufacturing - this guide tells you about: Occupations in the industry; Training and advancement; Earnings; Expected job prospects; Working conditions.
What's the Worth? The Economic Values of College Majors
by A. P. Carnevale, J. Strohl, M. Melton - Georgetown University , 2011
The report finds that different undergraduate majors result in very different earnings. At the low end, median earnings for Counseling Psychology majors are $29,000, while Petroleum Engineering majors see median earnings of $120,000.
The Rough Guide to Being Successful at Work
by Rough Guider - Bibliotastic.com , 2011
This is a 'rough guide' for junior staff through to middle management on how to be successful at work and maximize your career trajectory. The book avoids theory and provides simple, easy to follow steps that allow one to improve one's performance.
Graduate Employment: 333 tips for finding your first job as a graduate
by Sue Greener at al. - BookBoon , 2011
There are at least two reasons to download this book of tips. One is to find practical and encouraging advice on how to find graduate employment. The second reason is that the authors are giving all proceeds from the download of the book to charity.
by Brian Bieler - Little Falls Press , 2006
This is a book for those not willing to settle for average. The top 10 step-by-step essential career skills and business strategies are in this book. It's fast fun reading, simple and to easy understand and will get you to the top of your game.
Managing Your Career
by MTD Training - BookBoon , 2010
You spend a great proportion of your life at work so it pays to choose and manage your career wisely. In this book you will work through a series of exercises and content so that you will be able to plan and map out a rewarding career for yourself.
The Career Change Handbook
by Graham Green - How To Books Ltd , 2008
A successful career move involves people matching their goals to the needs of employers and vice versa. Full of practical examples of what works in the world of work, the book explains what employers need and how you can place yourself to deliver it.
How to Answer Hard Interview Questions
by Charlie Gibbs - How To Books Ltd , 2009
This book provides valuable advice on how to prepare for your interview, how to conduct yourself at the interview and gives examples of the sort of questions you are likely to be asked, with the kind of answers interviewers really want to hear.
Waking Up: Freeing Ourselves From Work
by Pamela Satterwhite - A Humming Words , 2009
The book explains how we came to be servants of an economic system, rather than the other way around. It proposes a theory of wholism for critiquing the present reality and envisioning the world we want, and then suggests actions to help us get there.
Working in the Voluntary Sector
by Craig Brown - How To Books Ltd , 2005
A comprehensive guide to charities and voluntary organizations in the UK and abroad, with case studies and practical tips to help you find employment in the industry. This book is an eye-opener and for some could be a life-changing influence.
Successful Interviews Every Time
by Rob Yeung - How to Books , 2005
The author shows potential interview candidates how to cope with trick questions and how to ask questions that make a great impression. The book that one may not wish to share with others who are job seeking in competition with oneself.
How to Publish Your Own Book
by Anna Crosbie - How to Books , 2006
This book will provide you with the practical advice and technical information you need to turn your manuscript into a finished book. It also provides valuable business guidance to ensure you have a clear understanding of your goals.
High Powered CVs
by Rachel Bishop-Firth - How to Books , 2005
A well-written, well-designed CV is essential. Together with your letter it is the only thing a prospective employer has to go on. This text will help managers and professionals market themselves through their CVs to gain managerial positions.
Handling Tough Job Interviews
by Julie-Ann Amos - How To Books , 2008
The author takes you step-by-step though the recruitment process and gives useful advice on interviews with senior management, dealing with psychometric tests, and discussing and agreeing the job offer. This book covers all kinds of interview.
Choosing a Career
- eJournal USA , 2008
This edition of eJournal USA rambles down the many varied paths that Americans take on their way to find their life's work. Professionals in various fields explain how they got there, and some wrong turns they made along the way.
Demystifying Case Interviews
by Quartz Strategy Consultants - BookBoon , 2007
Many candidates are nervous about case interviews, because the specific case cannot be prepared in advance. After reading this ebook you will be more confident. You will find guidelines on how to prepare for this part of your job application.
Succeeding at Interviews: Give Great Answers and Ask the Right Questions
by Judith Verity - How to Books Ltd , 2007
Interviewees need the right skills for the interview as well as the right skills for the job. This book covers preparation as well as 'inside the interview' techniques, enabling candidates to tune in to the interviewer and excel on the day.
Idealist Guide to Nonprofit Careers for First-time Job Seekers
by Meg Busse, at al. - Idealist.org , 2008
This book is a free resource for emerging professionals pursuing their first position in the nonprofit sector. Written by the experts, the book is meant for current students, recent graduates, or someone entering the workforce for the first time.
Green Jobs Guidebook
by Amy Pasciucco, Timothy J. O'Connor - Environmental Defense Fund , 2008
Resource for job seekers in California's new green economy. New environmental laws will create new jobs in California. This guide provides profiles of 200 green jobs currently in California, details on job types for high school grads, etc.
The Ultimate CV: Win Senior Managerial Positions With an Outstanding Resume
by Rachel Bishop-Firth - How to Books , 2006
The book shows how you can make your CV stand out and convince the recruiter that you have what is needed to do the job. It offers practical tips on how to project a suitable professional image, identify your strengths and write a covering letter.