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Edition:
1st ed.
Publisher, Date:
Berkeley [Calif.] : Ten Speed Press, 2010, c2009. /d3: : 0907
Description:
x, 102 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Summary:
"An emergency, essentials-only guide to finding a job--even your dream job--in a challenging economic climate, from the author of classic career guide What Color Is Your Parachute?"--Provided by publisher.
Notes:
Includes index.
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Contents:
There are always jobs out there -- How to find hope in the midst of a brutal downturn -- How long will I be out of work? -- The best and worst ways to look for a job -- The Internet : the 10% solution -- Do I need a resume? -- Looking for the job you used to have -- Looking for your dream job -- A plan of action, when you're out of work.
LCCN:
2009019820
ISBN:
9781580080262 (pbk.)
158008026X (pbk.)
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Control Number:
263636
Other Number:
308177876
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One hundred pages of lifesaving advice for people out of work. When over ten million people have needed help with their job-hunt--or with figuring out what to do with their life--there is one person they have turned to, more than any other. He is Richard N. Bolles, author of the #1 job-hunting book of all time, What Color Is Your Parachute? His name is well-known around the world. Just during the last twelve months, he has appeared in Time ("10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now," March 2009), U.S. News & World Report (deemed "savior of the nation's unemployed," October 2008), NBC's Today Show (broadcast in April 2009), and many other publications and shows. His book was the #1 best-seller on BusinessWeek's paperback list as recently as last November.<br> <br> Never has his advice been more sought than during these brutal economic times. He has responded by writing a completely new book: The Job-Hunter's Survival Guide , designed particularly for people who are hanging on the ropes, who haven't time to do a lot of reading but need help desperately--and now. Early reviews have called this little Guide "brilliant" and "tremendously helpful."
Table of Contents
About this Bookp. vi
Prefacep. ix
1There Are Always Jobs Out Therep. 1
2How to Find Hope in the Midst of a Brutal Downturnp. 7
3How Long Will I Be Out of Work?p. 14
4The Best and Worst Ways to Look for a Jobp. 24
5The Internet: The 10% Solutionp. 45
6Do I Need a Resume?p. 53
7Looking for The Job You Used to Havep. 62
8Looking for Your Dream Jobp. 77
9A Plan of Action, When You're Out of Workp. 92
Indexp. 97
About the Authorp. 102
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