Locating a job takes time, planning, careful research, and dedication. Finding a Job gives readers the tools, resources, and information they need to land their dream job. Readers will learn how to research career options, match their personality with careers, network, write cover letters and rAcsumAcs, perform well on interviews, and much more. In this time of economic turmoil, this brand-new resource provides readers with practical advice that will give them a valuable head start to finding a job. New to this edition are true-or-false quizzes in every chapter and an up-to-date appendix of helpful Web sites. Chapters include: Who Am I? Matching Your Personality, Interests, and Skills with a Career Obtaining Experience Before You Enter the Workforce Researching Career Options Networking and Tapping the Hidden Job Market Writing Effective Cover Letters, RAcsumAcs, and Career Portfolios What to Do Before, During, and After the Job Interview Assessing a Job Offer You're Hired! Now What?Beatty, Richard H. 175 High-Impact Cover Letters. 3d ed. Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley, 2008. Enelow, Wendy S., and Louise Kursmark. Cover Letter Magic: Trade Secrets of Professional Resume Writers. 3d ed. Indianapolis, Ind.: JIST Works, 2006.
|Title||:||Finding a Job|
|Publisher||:||Infobase Publishing - 2009-10-01|